A logo is pictured above a Starbucks coffee shop in London on Nov 15, 2017. (PHOTO / AFP)

Pepsico Inc recalled more than 25,000 cases of Starbucks chilled coffee drink after glass was found in some of the bottles, the US Food and Drug administration said in a notice.

The voluntary recall, which was initiated on Jan 28, covers more than 300,000 bottles of the Starbucks frappuccino vanilla chilled coffee drink, the FDA said.

The FDA classified this as a Class 2 recall, which means the "product may cause temporary or medically reversible adverse health consequences or where the probability of serious adverse health consequences is remote", according the agency's website.

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Distributed nationwide by PepsiCo, the bottles with expiration dates Mar 8th, May 29th, Jun 4th and 10th, have been affected, according to the notice.

Pepsico did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment on a Saturday.