Coca-Cola Recalls 2,000 Cases Over Foreign Material Risk

Coca-Cola has initiated a recall of nearly 2,000 cases of its products, including Diet Coke, Fanta Orange, and Sprite, due to the risk of potential foreign material contamination.

The recall, reported by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), includes 12-pack cases of 12-ounce cans. The recall was initiated by Alabama-based United Packers, LLC on November 6.

Breakdown of Recalled Products

Of the recalled cases, 1,557 were Sprite, 417 were Diet Coke, and 14 contained Fanta Orange. The products have “best by” dates of January 29, 2024, for Diet Coke and July 29, 2024, for Fanta Orange and Sprite.

The affected Coca-Cola products were distributed in Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi. A Coca-Cola spokesperson stated, “No impacted product remains in the market, and all recall activities in those markets are complete.”

Coca-Cola’s portfolio includes various brands such as Dasani, Topo Chico, Powerade, and Minute Maid. The company’s beverages account for a significant portion of global beverage consumption.

With information from Fox Business.

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