Recall of 300,000 Starbucks Vanilla Frappuccinos. Ready-to-drink beverages could contain glass

After pieces of glass were found in some chilled Starbucks Vanilla Frappuccino beverages, thousands of them were recalled.

According to the Food and Drug Administration, 25200 cases of the beverage were recalled by PepsiCo, with 12 bottles per case.

The FDA initiated a voluntary recall on January 28 for drinks with expiration dates of March 8, 29, May 29, June 4, or June 10, according to the FDA.

PepsiCo representatives confirmed that the beverages were distributed in the US but not at Starbucks retail locations.

The North American Coffee Partnership stated that “the removal of these products is currently underway.”

The statement added: “The North American Coffee Partnership is committed high quality products. We are committed to providing a high-quality experience for our customers and will always take extra precaution if there is a concern.