Coca-Cola has recalled some of its Minute Maid drinks due to potential foreign matter in the containers, according to reports.
The recall, which started on Nov. 10, affects some refrigerated Minute Maid Berry Punch, Strawberry Lemonade and Fruit Punch products in 59-ounce containers, USA Today reported.
The recall was voluntary, Coca-Cola spokesperson Ann Moore told USA Today.
Food Safety News said the foreign matter could be metal bolts or washers.
The items were distributed in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New York, North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, Maine and New Jersey, Food Safety News reported.
The recall itself is nearly complete in stores, but the company said that since the expiration date on the drinks is in 2022, they could still be in people’s refrigerators, USA Today reported.
The following items fall under the recall, according to Food Safety News:
|Product||Date code||Batch numbers||Unit UPC||Case UPC|
|Minute Maid Berry Punch||Jan0422 NP, Jan0522 NP||0010323455, 0010259344||025000047664||025000047671|
|Minute Maid Strawberry Lemonade||Jan0322||0010259346||025000019708||025000019760|
|Minute Maid Fruit Punch||Jan0522||0010323454||025000047725||025000047732|
Coca-Cola has also recalled some select cans of Coca-Cola and Sprite due to potential foreign matter, according to military Commissaries.
The recall for the soda was issued in late November and has an expiration date of 2022, WPMI reported.
According to a news release from the Defense Commissary Agency, the following products were distributed in the southeast U.S. and have been recalled:
|Coca-Cola 12 ounce cans||AUG 1522 WM B|
|Coca-Cola 12 ounce cans||AUG 1522 WM C|
|Sprite 12 ounce cans||AUG 1522 WM B|
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