Whether you have cans in your fridge or cases lined up for the

holidays, you’re going to want to check your sodas.

On November 6, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration issued a recall on Diet Coke, Sprite, and Fanta Orange sold in three states due to a “potential foreign material.” United Packers, LLC initiated the recall of nearly 2,000 cases of 12-packs of 12-ounce aluminum cans sold in Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi.

To check whether you have recalled soda, you’ll want to look at the best by date, lot number, and UPC code for your products.

Recalled Diet Coke has a best by date of 01/29/24, lot no. JAN2924MBD3, and UPC code 49000028911.

Recalled Fanta Orange has the best by date of 07/29/24, lot no. JUL2924MBD3, and UPC code 49000030730.

And the recalled Sprite has the best by date of 07/29/24, lot no. JUL2924MBD3, and UPC code 49000028928.

The recall is ongoing, and you can find all of the information here. But unfortunately, this isn’t the only recent recall. The recent recalls issued on applesauce pouches and cantaloupe were other alerts you might want to keep on your radar.

And as we enter the holiday season at full speed, we also recommend staying up-to-date on all things related to food safety. Here’s our guide to refrigerating condiments, alcohol expiration dates, and whether or not you should eat that pizza left out overnight.