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Wegmans Is Recalling These Two Popular Grocery Items

One was mislabeled and the other may contain hydraulic oil.

Wegmans has added two new products to its list of recalled items, the company recently announced. One may contain extraneous material, and the other was mislabeled.

A recall for the Kitchen Accomplice Organic Beef Bone Broth Concentrate was issued on April 25 due to concerns it could contain hydraulic oil. The substance is used as a lubricant in machinery for vegetable processing, meat and food packing, fruit harvesting, and cheese, dairy, and egg processing, according to CENEX. Just three days later, on April 28, a recall for the White Oak Farm & Table Gorgonzola and Pear Salad Dressing was issued because the product was mislabeled and is missing ingredients.

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The bone broth recall involves 12-ounce containers that were purchased at Wegmans stores between March 18 and April 25, 2021, and that have sell-by dates of 3/1/2023 and 4/8/2023 on them. The recalled salad dressing involves 6- and 12-ounce bottles that have a UPC code of 008-05426-30002-0.

Wegmans does not give any indication about how the issues in the recalls were discovered but says that both products can be returned to the customer service desk for a full refund.

A few other grocery items are also potentially dangerous to consume right now. Here are 5 Nationwide Grocery Recalls You Need to Know About, and for information on how to keep yourself and your family safe against any potential food recalls and everyday bacteria that can live on surfaces, follow these two steps to sanitize your kitchen.

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Amanda McDonald
Amanda has a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University and a bachelor's degree in digital journalism from Loyola University Chicago. Read more about Amanda