Rochester, New York – Wegmans, a popular grocery chain, has issued a recall of its Outrageous Oat Cookies due to the presence of an undeclared allergen, posing a risk to consumers with specific dietary restrictions.
Details of the Recall
The company identified that some batches of its Outrageous Oat Cookies, both sold in five-pack and bulk formats, contain undeclared wheat. This could pose a health risk for individuals with wheat allergies or celiac disease. To assist customers in identifying the recalled products, Wegmans has released the UPC codes for these oat cookies:
- UPC: 0-77890-56618-3
Customers who have purchased these cookies are encouraged to return them to any Wegmans store for a full refund. The recall highlights the company’s commitment to customer safety and its swift response to potential health risks.
For those seeking more information or having additional questions, Wegmans Food Markets has opened a line of communication. Customers can contact them directly. This recall serves as an important reminder of the need for vigilance in labeling and awareness of food allergens in packaged products. Wegmans’ proactive approach to managing this situation demonstrates their dedication to customer wellbeing and transparency in their operations.