FDA told that Coca-Cola removed 2,000 cases of Sprite, Diet Coke, and Fanta from stores

Coca-Cola, a beloved global beverage brand, has long been synonymous with refreshment and enjoyment. From its classic Coke to the sparkling variations like Sprite, Diet Coke, and Fanta, Coca-Cola has been a part of countless moments and celebrations worldwide. With its rich history spanning over a century, Coca-Cola has continuously evolved, offering an array of flavours and choices to cater to diverse preferences. The brand’s commitment to quality and innovation has made it a household name, cherished by people of all ages.

There’s been a significant recall of Coca-Cola products—Sprite, Diet Coke, and Fanta—across Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida. The reason? The FDA discovered some ‘foreign material’ in certain cans, prompting Coca-Cola to take action.

Since November 6, Coca-Cola has removed 2,000 cases from stores. Specifically, the recall involves 1,557 cases of Sprite, 417 cases of Diet Coke, and 14 cases of Fanta Orange, all packaged in 12-ounce cans.

This recall was initiated due to an issue identified at United Packers in Alabama, prompting Coca-Cola to act swiftly. For specifics, the affected Diet Coke cans have UPC 49000028911 with a best-by date of January 29, 2024. Fanta Orange cans with UPC 49000030730 should be checked for a best-by date of July 29, 2024, while Sprite cans with UPC 49000028928 also have a best-by date of July 29, 2024.

If you’ve purchased any cans matching these descriptions, it’s advisable to return them. Ensuring the safety of your beverages is a top priority!

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