Recall Just Announced for Diet Coke, Fanta, & Sprite Sold In Several States

Southern soda drinkers should inspect their cans before opening one. Nearly 2,000 cases from multiple major brands are being recalled in three states

This voluntary recall covers Diet Coke, Fanta, and Sprite cans. The FDA's website warns that certain soft drink cans may contain "foreign material."

The recall was issued a few weeks ago on Nov. 6, but all affected beverages had 2024 "best by" dates. This implies some consumers may still have tainted drinks

This recall includes 417 Diet Coke, 14 Fanta Orange, and 1,557 Sprite. These 12-ounce drinks were offered in 12-pack fridge packs in Alabama,

Florida, and Mississippi. These states' soda buyers can check their cases using the recall's lot numbers, UPC code, and best by dates.

The recalled Diet Coke cans include lot number JAN2924MBD3, UPC 49000028911, and best by date Jan. 29, 2024. The recalled Fanta

Orange cans include lot number JUL2924MBD3, UPC 49000030730, and best by date July 29, 2024. The recalled Sprite cans have lot number

Avoid drinking drinks with recall information on them. Instead, they should trash them or return them to the store.

This soda recall followed a year of large food recalls. In the past few weeks, many cantaloupe items have been recalled for salmonella contamination.

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