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Photo: Lukas Gojda (Shutterstock) Attention soda and juice drinkers: If that beverage you’re about to crack open is a Coca-Cola product, you’re going to want to check the label before taking a sip. That’s because some Minute Maid juices, Sprite, and Coca-Cola are part of a company-issued recall. Technically, it’s two separate recalls (involving different batches of drinks), but both involve beverages potentially contamination with foreign substances—including metal. Here’s what to know. The Minute Maid recall The Coca-Cola Company (which owns Minute Maid products) has issued a recall for some of their beverages because of the possibility that they contain metal bolts or washers, Food Safety Network reports. The potentially impacted juices were distributed in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New York, North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, Maine, and New Jersey, and don’t expire until 2022. The recalled products are: Berry Punch – Date codes Jan0422 NP and Jan0522 NP, Batch 0010323455 and 0010259344 (recall F-0276-2022) Strawberry Lemonade – Date code: Jan0322 NP, Batch: 0010259346 (recall F-0277-2022) Fruit Punch – Date Code: JAN0522 NP Batch: 0010323454 (recall F-0278-2022) The Coca-Cola and Sprite recall This one was issued on November 24, 2021, according to a memo from the Department of Defense All Food and Drug Activity. Again, the reason for the recall is the potential for “foreign matter” in the beverages—although this time, no other information is provided on what, exactly, it might be. But we do know that the products were distributed in multiple Southeastern states, and also have expiration dates in 2022. […]