Check Your Coffee Supply: Trader Joe's Instant Cold Brew Recalled Due to Possible Glass Fragments

Trader Joe's urges consumers to discard the recalled product, which was presumably distributed nationwide.

For some people, the day doesn't get started until they've had that first sip of cold brew. But if you buy yours at Trader Joe's, you may want to check the label before pouring your morning cup of joe. The popular grocery store brand recently issued a recall of its Instant Cold Brew Coffee.

The product is being pulled from shelves due to possible glass fragments in the containers, according to a Trader Joe's press release. The affected bottles of cold brew have expiration date codes of June 13, November 26, and December 30, 2024. The bottles were sold in stores presumably nationwide.

Trader Joe’s Instant Cold Brew Coffee

Courtesy of Trader Joe's

If you purchased or received any Instant Cold Brew Coffee with the date codes in questions, Trader Joe's urges consumers not to use them. Instead, you should discard the product or return it to any Trader Joe's store for a full refund.

Luckily, no injuries have been reported to date and all potentially affected products have been removed from shelves. If you have any questions or concerns related to the recall, consumers may contact Trader Joe's customer relations department at (626) 599-3817. They're available Monday through Friday, 6:00 am to 6:00 pm Pacific Time.

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