If you use jarred gravy, you should probably your pantry shelves before you use it.

Just a few days before Thanksgiving and quite possibly gravy's biggest day, The U.S. Food & Drug Administration announced a massive gravy recall.

Fox 59 in Indianapolis says:

"Approximately 500 cases of Heinz HomeStyle Bistro Au Jus Gravy were mislabeled as Heinz Pork Gravy. This means that the product contains milk and soy, but it isn’t listed on the container. This could put people with food allergies or dairy sensitivities at risk."

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The recall reaches retailers as well as consumers according to CBS News in Detroit.

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."

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"

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If you bought this item, for obvious reasons don't eat it. Either throw the gravy out or return to the store where you purchased for an exchange or full refund.


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