Pepsi products in the state of Texas have recently been recalled after a simple mistake may hurt certain people. Here's what is known at the time of writing.

Pepsi Product Recall In Texas

According to The Healthy, the product in question that is being taken back is Mug Root Beer. As reported by them, what the recall is centered on is 12 pack cartons of the drink. Per them, the main issue in none other than a mislabeling of the package.

The problem is explained as this: some Mug Root Beer cans, instead having the drink shown, may instead have Mug Zero Sugar inside the can. The Healthy reports that could cause problems with those who are diabetic, or individuals have to watch their blood sugar.

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Information On How To Know If You Have The Recalled Products

To see if one in Texas has the recalled products, they should check the code on the box they purchased. If the code is, per The Healthy, JUL2224XXXXAS02234 with a Best by Date of July 22, 2024. a person has the product. This recall has been underway as of March 22nd, 2024.

As reported by the United States Food and Drug Administration, this recall is labeled as "Class III." It is described as the following: “use of, or exposure to, a violative product is not likely to cause adverse health consequences."

As this is a developing story, we will have more information when it becomes available.

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