The company is recalling flour sold between Dec. 24, 2012 and Feb. 15.
Wegmans has issued a recall of its Wegmans brand all-purpose bleached flour because the flour may contain small blue polyurethane balls. In its announcement, Wegmans said the balls are from the product's sifting equipment and are made of flexible food grade material. The balls are not sharp, but due to their bright blue color are easily seen in the flour, according to Wegmans. All flour bags sold between Dec. 24, 2012 and Feb. 15, 2013 of this brand are being recalled. The flour may be returned for a full refund, said Wegmans.
The company that produced the soup for Wegmans said people found plastic bits in it.
Blount Fine Foods, of Fall River, MA, is recalling 4,000 pounds of soup products that it created for Wegmans after customers reported finding bits of plastic in the soups, according to Wegmans. The following soups are being recalled: The grocery store will provide a full refund to customers who return the soup. Wegmans, which is headquartered in Rochester, NY, opened a store in Columbia on June 17. Related Articles Sign up for the Columbia Patch newsletter here and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for instant news updates and community conversations.