Starbucks is recalling another drink six months after recalling 250,000 Double Shot Espressos for "inadequate sealing."
PepsiCo Inc., which develops and distributes Starbucks beverages, has recalled 221 containers of Vanilla Espresso Triple Shot because they may contain metal particles.
The recall involves 12-packs of 15-ounce bottles. The stores that sold the coffee beverages in Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, Oklahoma, and Texas are unknown.
The UPC number and expiration date have also not been disclosed, however the business invites consumers with these drinks to return them.
"Hard and pointy foodborne foreign items might cause significant damage or tooth harm," the website says.
The FDA posted this August 15 recall in an enforcement report on September 8. The agency hasn't released a recall news release.
Starbucks' Vanilla Espresso Triple Shot beverages aren't the only summertime removals.
Starbucks stopped selling its Chicken, Maple Butter & Egg Sandwich worldwide in June because it didn't "meet quality requirements."
Customers and workers experienced food sickness after eating the new sandwich barely five days after its rollout.
Starbucks published a statement saying, "The quality problem Starbucks detected would not lead to foodborne disease and claims attributing the stop sale to sickness are wrong."