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Libbey Glass Recalls 44,000 Milk Bottles Due to Breaking Hazard

Libbey Glass is recalling about 44,300 units of its 33.5 oz. glass milk bottles. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the bottles can break unexpectedly during use, injuring consumers.

The affected bottles are clear with no markings that measure about 8.5 inches in height and are 3 and a quarter inches wide at the base. Bottle cartons will have the item number 92129 and manufacturing dates of either August 15, 2019 or August 31, 2019.

Consumers and distributors can contact Libbey Glass with questions at 800-982-7063.

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