PEPSI RECALL – MUST READ FOR PEPSI DRINKERS
PepsiCo has recalled certain 16.9 ounce Pepsi bottles sold this year in Michigan due to possible contamination from tiny metal flecks, according to a consumer advisory issued Monday by the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.
An investigation initiated by a consumer complaint found that some of the bottles contained metal pieces between 0.1-0.3 millimeters in size, though some could be larger, as a result of an equipment malfunction during bottling. The metals were identified as iron and chromium, according to the report.
No known injuries or illnesses have been reported as a result of the contamination.
The recall applies only to 16.9 ounce regular, plastic Pepsi bottles sold in Michigan with product codes HC022373 and HC022473. It does not apply to Diet Pepsi, Pepsi Zero Sugar, or any other Pepsi flavors or bottle sizes.
Consumers who purchased the affected products should return them to the place of purchase for a refund, and all recalled bottles have been removed from store shelves.
Questions about the consumer advisory can be directed to Pepsi-Cola Consumer Relations at 866-433-2652, or the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development at 800-292-3939.
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