Great Lakes Coca-Cola Distribution LLC, of Niles, IL, is recalling over 14,000 12-pack cases of 12 oz. Orange Fanta cans because the packages are labeled as zero sugar, but they contain the full sugar variety.

For some people with certain underlying conditions, too much sugar can lead to serious health problems.

According to the details posted online by the FDA, the recall was initiated on June 1 and is ongoing.

The recalled product was distributed in Califonia.

Recalled product:

  • Fanta Orange 12pk (12, 12 oz. cans) Wrap 
  • UPC 0 4900003073 0
  • Date Code: FEB1224DDB1956
  • 14074 cases

Anyone who purchased the recalled product intending for it to be a sugar-free product should not consume it.

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