According to the Food and Drug Association, more than 25,000 cases of bottled vanilla Starbucks Frappuccinos have been recalled due to pieces of glass possibly being inside the bottles.
With twelve bottles in each case, more than 300,000 bottles of the chilled coffee drink will be recalled.
This recall will impact consumers throughout the country as PepsiCo distributes this beverage nationally. Bottles with expiration dates of March 8th, May 29th, June 4th, and June 10th are the only bottles affected.
The FDA categorizes this as a Class II recall, which their website defines as, “a situation in which use of or exposure to a violative product may cause temporary or medically reversible adverse health consequences or where the probability of serious adverse health consequences is remote.”
If you’re looking for a way to recreate that frappuccino feeling at home, we’ve got ideas for you. Some possibilities include: adding chilled coffee to this black and white milkshake, making yourself a lavender iced latte, or enjoying the beautifully sweet, caffeinated creation that is Vietnamese iced coffee.
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