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House-Autry Mills Announces Voluntary Recall of House-Autry Tartar Sauce Due to Spoilage

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Summary
Company Announcement Date: January 22, 2021 FDA Publish Date: January 22, 2021 Product Type: Food & Beverages Reason for Announcement:
Spoilage
Company Name: House-Autry Mills, Inc. Brand Name:
House-Autry
Product Description:
Tartar Sauce

Company Announcement

House-Autry Mills, Inc. is voluntarily recalling 9 oz. House-Autry Tartar Sauce (60013) with the following Best By dates: BB 08182021, BB 08232021, BB 09162021, BB 09172021, BB 09182021 and BB 09212021 as a precaution, due to the company’s co-manufacturer's verification of spoilage associated with the product. Several factors cause food spoilage, making items unsuitable for consumption. Light, oxygen, heat, humidity, temperature and spoilage bacteria can all affect both safety and quality of perishable foods. When subject to these factors, foods will gradually decline.

Samples have been issued to two separate laboratories for confirmation testing, but the company has decided to recall products produced from the specific lot received from the co-manufacturer to reduce any risk to our consumers.

The product was distributed between December 15, 2020 and January 18, 2021. The products are packaged in 9 oz. clear plastic bottles and sold to distribution centers in the following states: South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Florida and Ohio.

No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this issue.

The following products are affected by the recall:

Product Name: House-Autry Tartar Sauce – 9 oz. bottle

UPC: 0 73484-60013 4

BB 08182021 (located on the top portion of the bottle)
BB 08232021 (located on the top portion of the bottle)
BB 09162021 (located on the top portion of the bottle)
BB 09172021 (located on the top portion of the bottle)
BB 09182021 (located on the top portion of the bottle)
BB 09212021 (located on the top portion of the bottle)

Consumers who have purchased these products are urged to discontinue use and return them to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company by calling 1-800-849-0802, 8am-5pm EST daily, or by emailing Retail@House-Autry.com.

 

About House-Autry Mills

Founded in 1812 and based in Four Oaks, N.C., House-Autry Mills is a producer of stone- ground grits, chicken and seafood breaders, corn meal, and hushpuppy, biscuit and corn bread mixes available at more than 13,000 grocery stores in 37 states. The company has produced innovative products for more than 200 years and offers nearly three-dozen classic Southern products. 


Company Contact Information
Consumers: House-Autry Mills 1-800-849-0802 Retail@House-Autry.com
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I don't think I have seen tartar for sale in a long time.  Didn't it go out with those breaded, fried horrors?

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@Still Raining wrote:

I don't think I have seen tartar for sale in a long time.  Didn't it go out with those breaded, fried horrors?


@Still Raining @No. Plenty of people like tartar sauce and breaded fried foods are not gone either. It looks like home delivery from fast food places might be leading to increasing sales because the fast food online menus are filled with them. 

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@Still Raining wrote:

I don't think I have seen tartar for sale in a long time.  Didn't it go out with those breaded, fried horrors?


@Still Raining  Love fried shrimp. Order it in restaurants quite often. Nice big jumbo ones. 

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@Still Raining wrote:

I don't think I have seen tartar for sale in a long time.  Didn't it go out with those breaded, fried horrors?


Just because you don't eat those breaded, fried horrors doesn't mean other people don't like a piece of fried fish with tartar sauce every once in a while.  Why, we just had it last week and are here to tell the story.  It was delicious.

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Registered: ‎03-26-2010

@Mindy D ....thank you for this information....I do like tartar sauce but had not heard of this brand.  You might want to also post this under the Kitchen and/or Recipe Forum too.

Recall information is always important and appreciated.