Coca Cola, beware of glass fragments. Maxi call, here are the lots

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The recall relates in particular to Coca Cola sold in 33 cl glass bottles. Here are all the lots involved

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Maxi call for Coca Cola. There is a risk that some bottles contain glass fragments which, if swallowed, could be dangerous. The alarm was raised by the Ministry of Health which, among its warnings, also reported dozens of lots of the well-known drink.





New food alert from ministerial authorities who have reported the recall of various batches of Coca Cola due to physical risk. The recall relates in particular to Coca Cola sold in 33 cl glass bottles, produced at the Nogara (VR) plant.

Here all the lots withdrawn:

  • 33 cl glass bottles, in packs of 24. Lot n: L201202. Expiry date: 2/12/2021. HERE the safety notice
  • 33 cl glass bottles, in packs of 24. Lot n: L201201. Expiry date: 1/12/2021. HERE the safety notice
  • 33 cl glass bottles, in packs of 24. Lot No: L201103. Expiry date: 3/11/2021 HERE the safety notice
  • 33 cl glass bottles, in packs of 24. Lot n: L201030. Expiry date: 30/10/2021. HERE the safety notice
  • 33 cl glass bottles, in packs of 24. Lot No: L201031. Expiry date: 31/10/2021. HERE the safety notice
  • 33 cl glass bottles, in packs of 24. Lot n: L201029. Expiry date: 29/10/2021. HERE the safety notice
  • 33 cl glass bottles, in packs of 24. Lot n: L201026. Expiry date: 26/10/2021. HERE the safety notice
  • 33 cl glass bottles, in packs of 24. Lot n: L201028. Expiry date: 28/10/2021. HERE the safety notice
  • 33 cl glass bottles, in packs of 24. Lot n: L201024. Expiry date: 24/10/2021. HERE the safety notice
  • 33 cl glass bottles, in packs of 24. Lot n: L201027. Expiry date: 27/10/2021. HERE the safety notice

“We invite you to check the lot number on the neck or label of the bottle; if it corresponds to those involved, we invite you not to consume the drink and to contact our toll-free number to replace it ”is Coca Cola's invitation, reported in the safety notices.



The toll-free number is: 800-534934.

To read the safety warnings click here


Sources of reference: Ministry of Health


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