Tesco squash branded ‘radioactive’ for ‘BURNING children’s hands and mouth’

TESCO’S new quadruple squash has been labeled “radioactive” because it has been reported to burn children’s hands and mouths.

Last month, the supermarket giant rolled out 12 flavors to replace its double-strength version.

Supermarket giant Tesco's new quadruple squash is branded'radioactive' after parents claim it burned children


Supermarket giant Tesco’s new quadruple squash is branded ‘radioactive’ after parents claim it burned children

Customers get a bolder drink in a smaller bottle as the company aims to cut plastic. But parents say it has irritated their child’s skin and permanently stained cups and glasses.

Customer Melissa Kent said: ‘My nephew couldn’t drink that because his mouth started to tingle. It’s radioactive to say the least. ”

Mother Rachel McCafferty asked: “Has anyone else been burned by a Tesco quadruple squash?”

Gran Sheila Howell, from Worthing, West Sussex, said Tesco advised her to seek medical attention after her three-year-old grandson developed undiluted squash on his arms and face.

She added: “His skin became bright red and took over an hour to subside. He feels uncomfortable. It makes me wonder what happens to your insides when you drink this.”

Tesco and its supplier are investigating her claims.

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Reviews on the website complain that the drink tastes “too synthetic”.

“When properly diluted, squash is four times our strength like our other squash products,” says Tesco.

“If it is consumed undiluted or improperly diluted, it will be more potent. However, there is nothing to suggest that this can cause any harm. Dilution instructions are clearly visible on the label. ”

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