The news of Coca-Cola’s potential contamination has come as a surprise to many consumers. As safety outweighs convenience, the company has voluntarily recalled 2000 cases of drinks that could be affected. According to reports, the affected drinks include Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Fanta Orange, and Sprite varieties. The company believes that these drinks may contain trace amounts of a foreign contaminant. While the possibility of contamination was very low, the company has taken the necessary, proactive steps to ensure consumer safety. The recall applies to 8-packs of 12-ounce cans in the February 2020 packaging. Consumers who have purchased these products are advised to visit the Coca-Cola website to find out how to take advantage of the refund program. Coca-Cola also took to their social media accounts to announce the recall. Noting that safety is their top priority, they informed consumers to discard any of these suspect canned drinks and to contact them for a full refund. It is uncertain what contaminant the drinks may be affected by. The company is working closely with the FDA and providing other relevant authorities with the necessary information to investigate the potential issue. The recall, of course, does not cause any alarm to the general public. After all, the risk of contamination was deemed very low. Furthermore, the proactive steps taken by Coca-Cola to ensure consumer safety are commendable. Coca-Cola is no stranger to quality assurance issues. In the past, they have recalled products for fears of safety. While it is a disappointing turn of events, the company’s commitment to consumer safety is undeniable.