The Food and Drug Administration has announced a recall for Wegmans-brand Harissa Hummus due to the presence of sesame, which was not declared on the product’s label. This recall affects consumers in nine states, including New York, highlighting a potential allergen concern for those sensitive to sesame.
The recall specifically targets hummus sold between January 29 and February 2. Customers who purchased the product during this timeframe are advised to return it to Wegmans for a full refund, ensuring the safety and satisfaction of their consumers.
Wegmans is actively communicating with its customers to inform them of the recall and the steps for a refund. The company is committed to upholding food safety and quality standards, responding promptly to the oversight.
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