Coca-Cola has recalled a limited number of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar Christmas box multipacks because they were improperly packaged.
The recall warns that there is a potential risk for consumers who need to control their sugar intake as some packs have been incorrectly packaged and may contain the flavor of Coca-Cola Original.
The affected products contain the following lot codes: 301WA1, 302WA1, 303WA1, 304WA1, 305WA5, 306WA5, 307WA5, and 308WA5 and have expiration dates of October 31, 2023 and November 30, 2023.
The product is the multipack of 24 x 330ml cans.
If you have purchased this item you can contact Coca-Cola on 0800 22 77 11 for a replacement product.
Wednesday, November 16 – Coca-Cola is recalling a limited number of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar multipacks with Christmas boxes because they were packaged incorrectly #FoodAlert @Coke pic.twitter.com/xmDbTCPyzX
— Food Standards Agency (@foodgov) November 16, 2022
What is a product recall?
If there is a problem with a product that means it shouldn’t be sold, it can be “withdrawn” (taken from the shelves) or “recalled” (when customers are asked to return the product).
The FSA issues Product Withdrawal Information Notices and Product Recall Information Notices to inform consumers and local authorities of food-related issues.
In some cases, a “Food Alert for Action” is issued.
This will provide local authorities with details of specific actions to be taken on behalf of consumers.
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