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Some Riunite Wines Tainted

United Press International

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms warned consumers today that it has discovered traces of diethylene glycol, a solvent used in antifreeze and cosmetics, in some imported Riunite wines.

Stephen Higgins, the bureau’s director, said bureau laboratories found the traces in Riunite wines with the following codes: Ruinite Bianco, code 1124-RE; Ruinite Rosato, code 1124-RE and 3321-BR; Ruinite Lambrusco dell Emilia, code 1124-RE; and Ruinite Spumante, code 813-RE.


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