Recall of Diet Coke and Sprite due to potential contamination affects nearly 2,000 cases.


Coca-Cola has issued a recall for thousands of 12-packs of Diet Coke, Sprite, and Fanta Orange due to potential contamination, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The recall applies to refrigerated 12-packs of 12-ounce aluminum cans sold in Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi. The company discovered "potential foreign material" in these sodas. The recall, initiated on November 6, affected around 2,000 cases of soda, including 1,557 cases of Sprite and 417 cases of Diet Coke. Only 14 cases of Fanta were affected. The affected products had specific best-by dates and were sold in select stores in Valparaiso, Fla.; Robertsdale and Mobile, Ala.; and Gulfport and Ocean Springs, Miss. Coca-Cola confirmed that the recalled products are no longer on store shelves, and there have been no reported illnesses associated with the contaminated sodas. The FDA classified this recall as a Class II recall, indicating that the probability of serious health effects is low. The recall has been completed, and all affected markets have been addressed. Earlier in 2021, Coca-Cola also recalled nearly 7,500 cases of Minute Maid fruit punch and lemonade drinks due to potential contamination with metal bolts or washers.
Mahmoud Ayman
By : Mahmoud Ayman
Mahmoud Ayman is professional journalist and editor scine 2019 , graduated from Mansoura University in the Department of Journalism I write in several fields work - entertainment - sports - health - science
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