Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – Wegmans is recalling hard-cooked eggs, as well as prepared foods that contain hard-cooked eggs that were sold between Jan. 23 and Feb. 1. The grocery chain says fear over Listeria contamination prompted the recall.
The recall affects purchases made in the Syracuse area, as well as Rochester, Buffalo, Canandaigua, Newark, Geneva, Corning, Elmira, Geneseo, and Hornell.
The following products are subject to recall:
- Hard-Cooked Eggs (sold by the pound in prepared foods or as a choice on the Fresh Foods Bar)
- Deviled Eggs (special-order deli tray or 6-pack, 12 pack)
- Cobb Salad (10 oz, 43 oz, and 6.5 lb)
- Garden Salad (10 oz, 20 oz, 2 lb, and 5 lb)
- Baby Spinach Salad (9 oz, 1.8 lb, and 3.9 lb)
- Chef Salad (9 oz. and 18 oz.)
- Egg Salad (sold by the pound in prepared foods)
- Egg Salad Sub (Sub Shop)
- Kosher Macaroni Salad (sold by the pound in kosher deli)
- Kosher Pickled Eggs (sold by the pound in kosher deli)
The company says there have been no reports of illness in connection with the products so far. Wegmans has made automated phone calls to customers who purchased the products using their Shoppers Club cards.
Consumers who still have these products should dispose of them and return to the Wegmans service desk for a refund.
Anyone with additional questions should contact Wegmans at (800) 934-6267 and ask for consumer affairs between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.