Local grocery store selling pickled quail eggs
My grocery store is part of a locally owned small chain. In addition to their commercially obtained fruits and vegetables, they also contract with a few local farmers and sell a small quantity of local produce, fruit, honey, jams and jellies.
The other day in the produce department I noticed a new rack of what appears to be home canned jams, jellies, chutney, BBQ sauce, etc.
I was surprised to see the selection included several jars of pickled quail eggs. I read the label and could not determine if this was a home canned product or commercially canned product produced for the local company. I know we are not supposed to home preserve pickled eggs for other than short term refrigerator use. It looked home canned to me. I have the feeling these were home preserved, but don't know.
I was going to bring it to the attention of the store manager, but didn't want to say anything unless I was sure of the facts.
The company whose name is on the label is located in a very small town about 1-1/2 hours from here. No address (other than the town name) was listed on the label I looked them up when I got home and they do not have a website and the only references I found on the internet were uninformative (i.e. all I could find out was there was a ranch by that name near that town).
Any opinions on this? Would you speak to the manager and give a caution?