Heinz gravy recalled days before Thanksgiving
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This recall could put a damper on many cooks’ plans this Thanksgiving.
About 500 cases of Heinz brand gravy are being voluntarily recalled because they may have been mislabeled as pork gravy, according to the FDA.
People who have an allergy to milk or soy run the risk of a reaction since the mislabeled jars omit that they contain both products.
There has yet to be any consumer complaints or reports of illness. The gravy should be returned to the store for a refund or an exchange.
Included in the recall:
For consumers: Heinz HomeStyle Gravy Pork; individual 12 oz glass jars with “Best By” date 12/28/2017 followed by MU6F04 4Q and a timestamp. Individual package UPC 013000798907.
For retailers: Heinz HomeStyle Gravy Bistro Au Jus; cases of 12 oz. glass jars with Case Unit BEST BY Code Date MU6F04, Best By 12/28/2017 and case UPC 10013000798508.
The gravy should be returned to the store for a refund or an exchange.
“We deeply regret this situation and apologize to any consumers we have disappointed,” the company said in a statement.