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Heinz Is Recalling Hundreds of Cases of Gravy Because America Can't Have Anything Good

Jars labeled as pork gravy might accidentally contain unlabeled soy and milk. In other words, Trump's America.

by Allison Schaller
Nov 23 2016, 8:01pm

Photo of a different brand of gravy via Flickr user Glory Foods

Heinz is recalling around 500 cases of their gravy from stores around the US due to a possible labeling error, CBS News reports.

The FDA, which tweeted an allergy alert on Monday after the mixup was first discovered, warned some jars labeled "Heinz Pork Gravy" could actually be Heinz HomeStyle Bistro Au Jus Gravy, containing unlabeled milk and soy.

There have been no consumer complaints or reports of allergic reactions yet— probably because no one is downing a bunch of gravy the day before Thanksgiving—and the company isn't recalling any other products so far as we know.

"We deeply regret this situation and apologize to any consumers we have disappointed," Heinz said in statement.

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