MIAMI – You may want to think twice before passing the gravy this Thanksgiving.
Heinz is recalling cases of its gravy over possible mislabeling issues that could lead to a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction.
The Food and Drug Administration says jars of Heinz Pork Gravy might actually be the company's HomeStyle Bistro Au Jus gravy, which could contain milk and soy.
The labels on the pork gravy would not show that it contains the ingredients that could pose a problem to those who are allergic or sensitive to milk and soy.
Consumers are being told not to eat the product and return it to the store where it was purchased for a refund or exchange.
The product contains a "Best by 12/28/2017 MU6F04 4Q" label, and the UPC code is 01300079807.
The FDA says that there have been no consumer complaints or reports of illness.