The brownie mix is important for the Wegmans

Wegmans Food Markets Inc. is similar to a brownie mix in that two consumers report allergic reactions to undeclared milk in the product.

The recall assumes the 50-gram packages of Wegman’s gluten-free chocolate brownie mix, which the company initiated offering in May at its 80 supermarkets in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, and Massachusetts.

MyWegmansConnect said Monday that tests have shown that the mixture may contain milk that is not on the label, posing a risk of reactions in people with allergies or sensitivity to milk.

Customers can return the mix to the Wegman service table for a full refund.

Grilled pork with garlic vegetables. Spicy tuna rolls with avocado. Rice croquettes with Asiago artichoke. Are these menu options at a white tablecloth restaurant? Today you will find cooked meals as likely as at your local supermarket. According to a survey of nearly 63,000 subscribers to consumer reports, more than half buy meals at the food counter. In fact, used foods reached nearly $ 29 billion a year and grew twice as fast as total supermarket sales.

One of those consumers is Wendy Rose, 53. She works full time as a program director for a nonprofit organization, relying on prepared foods like chicken and marinade cabbage, Whole Foods  MyWegmansConnect blueberry and walnut salad, and Union Market dinner on the table. For the family of three in Brooklyn, New York. Several times a week, she or her husband picks up some of the food at the prepared food counter to complement what is being done. This is how mini meatloaf cakes are combined with mashed potatoes and green beans. We all wished to sit at the table, he says. “All that contributes is a winner.”

Comfort may have fueled this trend, but what keeps it going is the desire for meals that we think are healthier than traditional take-out dinners or frozen meals. “Consumers want to save time at a fast-food restaurant, but fresher, healthier, and more personalized options,” said Karen Buch, RDN, LDN, a food industry consultant who has spent a dozen years. like a nutritionist supermarket


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