Coca-Cola recalls wrongly-boxed Zero Sugar packs over health risk

The drinks giant is pulling the popular product from shelves as they may contain full-sugar versions of the soft drink.

Coca-Cola urgently recalls incorrectly packed Zero Sugar multipacks over potential health risk to customers

Coca-Cola is urgently recalling incorrectly boxed Zero Sugar multipacks which may contain the original version.

The drinks giant has issued a recall for the limited edition Christmas cardboard packs which have been incorrectly packed with full-sugar cans and could potentially pose a health risk to some consumers.

The products are multipacks of 24 x 330 ml and contain the following batch codes: 301WA1, 302WA1, 303WA1, 304WA1, 305WA5, 306WA5, 307WA5 and 308WA5 and have best-before dates of October 31 2023 and November 30 2023.

Point of sale notices will be displayed in all retail stores that are selling the product explaining why it is being recalled.

Shoppers who have bought the products are urged to contact Coca-Cola on 0800 22 77 11 for a replacement product to be arranged.

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