Starbucks Has Recalled Thousands Of Their Vanilla Frappuccino Beverages
According to a Food and Drug Administration notification, more than 300,000 Starbucks vanilla Frappuccino drinks have been recalled because glass was discovered in some of the bottles (FDA).
The agency noted that the “Class II” recall, which is “a situation in which use of or exposure to a violative product may cause temporary or medically reversible adverse health consequences or where the probability of serious adverse health consequences is remote,” was made voluntarily by PepsiCo, which manufactures and distributes the products for the American coffee chain.
The 13.7-ounce Frappuccino glasses, which come in packs of 12 bottles, were recalled in over 25,000 cases:
STARBUCKS RECALL: More than 300,000 bottles of vanilla Frappuccino are being recalled because they might contain glass. pic.twitter.com/qFxILCVR0u
— CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) February 18, 2023
According to FDA notice, bottles with expiration dates of March 8, May 29, June 4, and June 10 of this year are included in the recall.
The removal of these items from the market is already happening, a PepsiCo representative told ABC News, adding that the recalled drinks weren’t offered at Starbucks’ physical stores.
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The North American Coffee Partnership is dedicated to providing high-quality products. Our first focus is providing our customers with a high-quality experience, so if a possible concern is brought up, we always proceed cautiously,” PepsiCo told ABC News.
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