Nearly 7,500 Cases of Minute Maid Drinks Recalled for Metal Fasteners

Recalled for possibly containing metal bolts or washers, it impacted three juice products distributed in eight states.

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The Coca-Cola Company has recalled three Minute Maid juice products that may contain metal bolts or washers.

The voluntary recall covers nearly 7,500 cases of product, according to the FDA's data, and includes the brand's 59-oz.-size Berry Punch, Strawberry Lemonade and Fruit juices. They were distributed to eight states: Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia.

Details of the recalled products are below:


The FDA said that while the recall began Nov. 10 and is nearly complete, there is concern that consumers may still have these products at home due to their long shelf life that lasts into 2022.

Those who purchased these products should not consume them.

Additionally, Coca-Cola announced Nov. 24 that it has recalled limited quantities of 12-ounce cans of Coca-Cola and Sprite sodas distributed to military commissaries in the Southeast US due to the potential presence of foreign matter

Those products have date codes of AUG 1522 WM B or AUG 1522 WM C and were sold in 12-can fridge packs. A Defense Logistics Agency memorandum stating the recall didn't include further details.

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