Some people drink Coca-Cola as a special treat, while others keep it in their fridge to satisfy their hunger. Either way, there's no doubt that it's one of the most famous drinks in the world.
The brand has gotten some bad press over the years as more studies show how bad the popular drink is for our health. That being said, Coca-Cola has now recalled some items because of more important health worries.
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That the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently said that Coca-Cola Bottling Group United in College Park, Georgia, had to recall 177 cases of its Coca-Cola Ultimate products.
The harmed goods were sent out in Georgia. They come in 24 loose bottles per case, each separately packed in a 20-ounce plastic bottle.
Recalled products can be identified by the UPC 049000552065 and lot number SEP2523CPA printed on the bottle. They also carry a best-by date of Sept. 25, 2023.
Food Safety News reports that the company says the new recall is because of a problem with the packaging.
In particular, Coca-Cola Ultimate was sent in bottles that were wrongly marked as Coca-Cola Ultimate Zero Sugar.
That so far, no bad effects or health problems have been linked to drinking the mislabeled drink. But the company is telling people who may have bought the affected Coca-Cola goods to throw them away right away and not drink them.
The FDA said on June 16 that Frito-Lay had voluntarily recalled some lots of its Tostitos Avocado Salsa Jar Dips.
The company said it took back the nationally sold product because of a problem with the packaging that meant "the allergen milk is not declared on the label," which could be harmful to some customers' health.