For those of you that don’t have an HEB – my sympathies.
HEB is a supermarket chain that runs from mid to deep south Texas, and they’re very, very good. Once an HEB opens in a city, no other grocery store remains for long. They’ve got their own products that spank national brands senseless, and if it’s not on their super-sized store shelves, it’s not worth your time. I think there’s even a little HEB logo in the corner of all Texas flags.
Having said all that, today HEB announced they’re making a “voluntary and precautionary recall” on some of their Homestyle White Corn tortillas.
Nobody is sick, and nobody is hurt, but HEB noticed “on January 13, 2015 during quality assurance product reviews at [their] manufacturing facility… the possible presence of foreign material.”
The products to kick out are…
- H-E-B Homestyle White Corn Tortillas 12 ct. packages with Best By dates of January 22, 2015 and earlier
- H-E-B Homestyle White Corn Tortillas 30 ct. packages with Best By dates of January 22, 2015 and earlier
If you’ve got either of these, take them to a local HEB to get your money back. “Customers with concerns or questions may contact H-E-B Customer Relations at 210-938-8357 or 1-800-432-3113 between the hours of 8AM and 5PM Monday through Friday.”