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Christmas multipack Coke recalled as packing error means some zero sugar packs have regular cans included

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Coca-Cola is recalling a limited number of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar multipacks with Christmas cardboard because some packs have been wrongly boxed and may contain Coca-Cola Original taste that contains sugar.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is warning this makes the product a potential risk to consumers who need to manage their sugar intake.

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The quality of the drink itself is not affected.

The FSA is warning if you have bought the multipack product and need to manage your sugar intake, please do not drink it. They say Coca-Cola will arrange for you to receive a replacement product.

A spokesperson from Coca-Cola said: “If you open one of these Coca-Cola Zero Sugar multipacks and find they contain cans of Coca-Cola Original Taste, please call a member of our team on 0800 22 77 11 who will be able to help.

“The Coca-Cola Zero Sugar multipacks impacted by this production error carry Best Before End dates of 31 October 2023 or 30 November 2023.

“No other Coca-Cola products are affected by this issue.”

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(Lead image: Coca-Cola)

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