According to a notice from the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Pepsico Inc. has recalled the Starbucks frappuccino vanilla drinks it produces for the popular coffee chain, Food Safety News reports. The agency says that the recall was originally initiated on January 28 and is still ongoing, affecting 25,200 cases of the product that were shipped nationwide. The recalled item is packaged in 13.7-ounce bottles originally sold in cases of 12. Affected products are stamped with the UPC 12000813313 and have expiration dates of March 8, May 29, Jun 4, and June 10, 2023. According to a recall notice from grocery chain Big Y, the bottles also have "DF" printed in the lot code. When reached for comment, an FDA spokesperson told Best Life: "When a company announces a recall, market withdrawal, or safety alert, the FDA posts the company's announcement as a public service.