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OOPS: Starbucks Product Named In HUGE Recall Over Safety Issue

This is awkward.

Starbucks never seems to miss a chance to side with the aggressive left on any moral issue.

Now, the company that once seemed to have one of its stores smashed up or even burned down every time the left decided it was time to riot has a very different broken glass problem. And it’s driving a product recall.

The irony is, their brand is attached to the broken glass, but the company itself had nothing to do with the problem.

PepsiCo Inc. recalled more than 300,000 Starbucks coffee drinks after glass was found in some of the bottles, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said in a notice.
The voluntary recall, which was issued Jan. 28, covers 25,200 cases of the vanilla Frappuccino chilled coffee drink, the FDA said. Twelve bottles are in each case, meaning 302,400 are part of the recall.

If you happen to have one of those bottled vanilla Frap drinks, look for bottles with expiration dates of March 8, May 29, June 4, and June 10 as part of the recall.

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