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Recall of Hand Sanitizer Resembling Drink Containers

  • Prairie Wolf Spirits announced on June 21, 2021, that it is recalling all lots of Prairie Wolf Distillery hand sanitizer in two sizes (16.9 ounce and 20 ounce) due to their resemblance to consumer level water bottles.

  • The company’s announcement states that the product’s intended use is for topical use but that the product’s likeness to water bottles poses a risk of ingestion.

  • The recalled hand sanitizer products were distributed to selected customers and consumers nationwide via the manufacturer’s website, limited retail sales, and corporate donations.

  • The recall does not affect other Prairie Wolf Spirits hand sanitizer products, and as of publishing, Prairie Wolf Spirits has not received any reports of adverse reactions related to this recall.

  • Prairie Wolf Spirits, Inc. is an Oklahoma-based craft spirit distillery that produces a range of spirits, including vodka and gin, that use similar branding to their line of hand sanitizer.

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