Coca-Cola recalls a limited number of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar multipacks with Christmas cardboard because they have been incorrectly packed
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. This makes the product a potential risk to consumers who need to manage their sugar intake.
|Coca-Cola Zero Sugar multipacks with Christmas cardboard|
|Pack size||Multipack of 24 x 330 ml cans|
|Batch code||301WA1, 302WA1, 303WA1, 304WA1, 305WA5, 306WA5, 307WA5 and 308WA5|
|Best before||31 October 2023 and 30 November 2023|
Potential risk to consumers who need to manage their sugar intake.
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