Can I Drink Soda in a Bottle that is Fuller than the others?
I bought a crate of soda and some bottles were fuller than the others. Can such soft drinks be safe for consumption, and if not, should I return them back to the manufacturer for a replacement?
If the bottles are still sealed, one is as good as another. Bottled soft drinks are filled by machines that often are not precise, so the volume varies slightly. It's normal.
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