Mary B’s frozen biscuits recalled due to possible listeria

A brand of frozen biscuits your family may regularly buy has announced a recall in 23 states due to possible listeria contamination.

Hom/Ade Foods, Inc announced Thursday that it’s voluntarily recalling Mary B’ brand biscuits after potential contamination was discovered in a product sampling taken by an outside co-packer. That packer manufactured the product, Hom/Ade Foods says. The company says it is working with the Food and Drug Administration and supplier to fix the problem.

The biscuits were sold in all our Local 6 states — Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, and Tennessee — as well as in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin, and West Virginia.

Healthy people infected from listeria may experience short-term symptoms like a high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausia, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. The illness can be more serious or even fatal in newborns and young children, elderly people, and people with weakened immunity. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says pregnant women are 10 times more likely than other people to get Listeria infection, and the illness can cause miscarriages, stillbirths, and preterm labor.

Hom/Ade Foods says the Mary B’s products affected are frozen bagged biscuits with the UPC codes included in the chart below. All products with “Best If Used By” dates before Sept. 23, 2018, and with the letter “M” immediately after the date are included in the recall. You can find the code on the back of the bag in the lower right corner.

The company says no illnesses have been reported so far in association with the products, but the company urges people who bought the affected products to return them to the store where you bought them for a full refund.  You can see pictures of the affected products and of the product code you need to look for in the pdf at the bottom of this story. If you have more questions about the recall, you can call Hom/Ade Foods at 1-855-562-7773, Monday to Friday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. CT.

UPC # DESCRIPTION COUNT PER PACKAGE
2059300007 MARY B’S JUMBO BUTTERMILK BISCUITS 35OZ 10 / 3.5OZ
2059300015 MARY B’S BUTTERMILK BISCUITS 26.4OZ 12 / 2.2OZ
2059300018 MARY B’S SOUTHERNMADE BISCUITS 26.4OZ 12 / 2.2OZ
2059300020 MARY B’S BUTTERMILK VALUE PACK BISCUITS 44OZ 20 / 2.2OZ
2059300021 MARY B’S SOUTHERNMADE VALUE PACK BISCUITS 44OZ 20 / 2.2OZ
2059300022 MARY B’s BUTTERMILK TEA BISCUITS 24OZ 24 / 1OZ
2059300023 MARY B’S BUTTERTASTE VALUE PACK BISCUITS 44OZ 20 / 2.2OZ
2059300028 MARY B’S THIN BUTTERMILK BISCUITS 28.6OZ 22 / 1.3OZ
2059300033 MARY B’S BUTTERMILK FAMILY PACK BISCUITS 60OZ 30 / 2OZ
2059300034 MARY B’S SOUTHERNMADE FAMILY PACK BISCUITS 60OZ 30 / 2OZ
2059300035 MARY B’S BUTTERTASTE FAMILY PACK BISCUITS 60OZ 30 / 2OZ
2059383000 MARY B’S BUTTERMILK 0 TRANS FAT 220CT BULK BISCUITS 220 / 2.2OZ
2059383004 MARY B’S BUTTERMILK BISCUITS 220CT BULK BISCUITS 220 / 2.2OZ
2059387000 MARY B’S MADE WITH WHOLE GRAIN 220CT BULK BISCUITS 220 / 2.2OZ
3059320583 MARY B’S 3.5 OZ JUMBO BUTTERMILK 144CT BULK BISCUITS 144 / 3.5OZ

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