Cheap wine bottle inserts have become a common part of a consumer’s holiday gift.
However, it seems the practice has gotten a bit out of hand.
A new report has found that more than half of all consumer products are now being inserted into bottles without consumers’ knowledge.
The report, entitled Wine Bottle Insertions, from Consumer Reports, found that consumers in nearly every country except the U.S. are at risk of ingesting expensive bottles and inserts.
The most popular type of wine bottle insert in Canada was a metal one-piece wine bottle inserted into a plastic bottle that cost $25.50.
Wine insertions in the U