Wegmans recalls carrot cake and carrot apple muffins

Wegmans recalls carrot cake and carrot apple muffins

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Wegmans said its vanilla ice cream complies with all labeling requirements. (News file photo)

Wegmans has recalled several different sizes of its Ultimate Carrot Cake and its Carrot Apple Muffins because there is a possibility they may contain plastic.

All products may be returned to the customer service desk for a full refund.

The affected products are:

• Wegmans Large Ultimate Carrot Cake, 54-ounce with the UPC 77890-82457 and sell-by dates from July 7 through July 18

• Wegmans Mini Ultimate Carrot Cake, 17-ounce with the UPC 77890-79304 and sell-by dates from July 7 through July 18

• Wegmans Ultimate Carrot Cake Slice, 6-ounce with the UPC 77890-24956 and sell-by dates from July 12 through July 15

• Wegmans Assorted Whole Wheat Muffin Family Pack 4-packs that contain Carrot Apple Muffins, 11-ounce with the UPC 77890-22745 and sell-by dates from July 12 through July 14

• Wegmans Carrot Apple Muffins purchased individually in the bakery department from July 10 to July 12

For more information, call 855-934-3663, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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