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Hold the Fizz, Folks! Coca-Cola Recalls 2,000 Cases of Drinks in the South

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Fizz fizz, hold the sip! Coca-Cola recalls 2,000 drinks in AL, MS & FL due to potential mystery ingredient. Check your cans & stay safe! Learn more & get refund details inside.
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Hold the Fizz, Folks! Coca-Cola Recalls 2,000 Cases of Drinks in the South

Hold on to your cans, y’all! Coca-Cola just issued a recall for 2,000 cases of some of our favorite fizzy beverages in Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida. That’s right, your go-to afternoon pick-me-up of Diet Coke, Sprite, and even Fanta Orange might be harboring a mystery ingredient you didn’t order.

What’s the scoop? The official reason for the recall is “potential foreign material” in the cans. While Coca-Cola hasn’t specified what this mystery material might be, they’re taking the precautionary measure to pull the affected cases from shelves. Safety first, right?

Which drinks are on the naughty list? The recall affects:

  • 1,557 cases of 12-ounce Sprite cans
  • 417 cases of Diet Coke cans (we feel your pain, fellow caffeine fiends)
  • 14 cases of Fanta Orange cans (someone’s sunshine day just got a little cloudy)

So, what should you do if you have one of these mystery cans? First, check the code on the bottom of the can. If it falls within the affected range listed on the Coca-Cola website (https://www.foodsafetynews.com/2023/07/coca-cola-ultimate-recalled-after-being-incorrectly-labeled-as-zero-sugar/), then don’t crack that can open! Instead, return it to your nearest store for a full refund or exchange.

Second, keep an eye out for updates. Coca-Cola is still investigating the source of the contamination, and they’ll be providing more information as it becomes available. You can stay up-to-date by checking the company’s website or social media channels.

And finally, let’s raise a (hopefully uncontaminated) glass to safety! Coca-Cola’s recall, while inconvenient, shows their commitment to putting consumer health first. We’ll all be back to sipping our favorite fizzy friends soon enough, but for now, let’s just stick to that good ol’ H2O. Cheers to that!

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