Mystery in the Fizz: Nearly 2,000 Cases of Coca-Cola Recalled Due to Unknown Objects


Recently, nearly 2,000 Coca-Cola cases have been recalled.

An FDA enforcement report stated that the risk of “potentially foreign material” was the reason for the recall of 12-pack cases of 12-ounce Diet Coke cans and 12-ounce Fanta Orange and Sprite bottles.

The report shows that United Packers, LLC, based in Alabama, recalled soft drinks on November 6, according to the report.

NBC News reported this earlier on Wednesday.

According to the FDA, Sprite accounted for 1,557 of the recalled cases. Diet Coke was in 417 cases and Fanta Orange was in 14.

Diet Coke, Fanta Orange, and Sprite were all marked with “best before” dates of Jan. 29th, 2024.

The Coca-Cola products were recalled in three states of the South. The FDA enforcement report stated that the products were recalled in Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi.

A Coca-Cola spokesperson said on Thursday that “Coca-Cola Bottling UNITED voluntarily recalled a small quantity of Fanta Orange and Sprite in 48 stores located in the following areas: Valparaiso (FL), Robertsdale (AL) and Mobile (AL), Gulfport and Ocean Springs (MS).” “No affected product remains on the market and all recall activity in these markets is complete.”

Coca-Cola also produces Dasani, Topo Chico Powerade, Minute Maid, and Topo Chico.

In its latest annual report, the company stated that its beverages “account for 2.2 billion of estimated 64 billion servings worldwide of all beverages consumed every day.”