Coca-Cola Recommences Sales After Hydrochloric Acid Contamination


News: US-based beverage giant The Coca-Cola Company has recommenced the sale of Coca-Cola Light and Nestea in two regions of Greece, following warnings of a contamination with hydrochloric acid that had forced its removal from stores. The company announced that it has resumed the sales of the products from January 7, according to authorities. The firm removed all plastic polythene terepthalate (PET) 500ml packages of Coca-Cola Light and Nestea in the Greek regions of Attica and Thessaloniki, following a threat of a possible contamination with hydrochloric acids.

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