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HI

First time to try to send a link.

Thought this was great.

I have been writing them for a 'celiac' dish in the food cart for us after we shop.

They said they would have some soups for us and microwave for us to heat it up.

Not like the 'rest of the world---I'll take one of those please...' but it's a start....

I'll take it.

Now if the link works.

Celiac Meal of the Week:

Enjoy our Spicy Red Lentil Soup with a side of sliced mango. Now that it's individually packaged (prepared foods case), this and three other fresh soups, carry the gluten free wellness key. Caution -- the hot kettle soups with the same names are NOT gluten or wheat free.

http://www.wegmans.com/index.asp

Ok I got the email adress but not the address for the mailer I got. Guess you have to sign up for the newsletter flyer but it's a start... :blink: If anyone else gets the flyer maybe you can post it for us as a direst link..

Judy in PHilly

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Thanks for the link, Judy. Our Wegmans here in Moorestown was supposed to open sometime in January, now we hear it will be March :angry:

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We too are getting a Wegmans soon and I can't wait. I grew up having one in Scranton and missed it when I moved away. So for the time being I just drive to that one to get stuff. They label their products well too and provide the list of their Gluten Free products. I appreciate what they do to help us.

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Another thing I noticed at Wegmans this weekend. I was checking their brand of cereals just to see the difference in ingreidents. Well their corn pops, or corn puffs as they called them listed NO WHEAT. I was excited and then I saw big signs posted all over their shelves, their manufacturing facility has switched ingreidents and now are using wheat. I guess some of the boxes didn't list that. Well the note said for our Celiac Customers or indivuduals with wheat allergies, please note our Corn Puffs cereal is now containing wheat, even though it may not be listed on the packages yet it is going into effect. Although I was disappointed to see they are using wheat I am glad they are advising their customers. I checked the gluten free product list on the net they provide for their products and sure enough they already deleted that and their cocoa pebbles, not sure what they call them.

Even though we can no longer eat the cereal I am happy they look out for us. Some food places don't even try. This store really does alot for it's celiac shoppers and in November they were honored by a Celiac organization for their work. Go Wegmans!!!

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I was excited and then I saw big signs posted all over their shelves, their manufacturing facility has switched ingreidents and now are using wheat. I guess some of the boxes didn't list that. Well the note said for our Celiac Customers or indivuduals with wheat allergies, please note our Corn Puffs cereal is now containing wheat, even though it may not be listed on the packages yet it is going into effect.

Go Wegmans!!!

Thank you so much for your post.

Would you mind if I sent your post to TJ?

This is what my Dr Lilian and I thought they should be doing at TJ's since (on another post from Berneses)

they are,unlike Wegmans, not changing their web site or hand outs taking off the wheat changed brands and aren't even putting up a sign. We think they should at LEAST put the sign up.

Would you care if i did this. I'm calling tomorrow as I didn't get the job done today as planned.

Took a nap instead :lol:

THANKS SO MUCH for your post.

Judy in Philly

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