The FDA says that cans of Starbucks Vanilla Espresso Triple Shot drinks with the problem were sold in seven states.
Due to the potential presence of metal fragments in the cans, Starbucks has decided to recall one of their beverages.
The US Food and Drug Administration says that Starbucks is recalling its French Vanilla Espresso Triple Shot drink in the states of Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Oklahoma, and Texas.
The FDA said that it could have been caused by "possible contamination by foreign material (metal fragments)".
Even though it has the Starbucks name on it, it is sold by PepsiCo Inc., which makes many different food, snack, and drink brands.
PepsiCo, the company that makes the beverage, packages it in cans of 15 ounces that are then sold in cases of 12 of those cans.
The recall began on August 15, and the FDA made the news public on September 8. It pays for 221 cases of the beverage.
The Starbucks Triple Shot has 225 milligrammes of caffeine, while a regular cup of coffee only has 90 milligrammes.
PepsiCo didn't answer right away when asked for a comment. A company representative told that the best-buy date for the affected cans is March 20, 2023.