Wegmans has issued a recall on their Killer Brownies that were sold in packages without the proper labeling.

According to the retail giant, the brownies were sold between March 16th and April 1st at stores on Sheridan Drive and McKinley Parkway.

The problem with the packaging is that it doesn't indicate that the brownies contain peanuts.

Peanut allergies have gotten more widespread and, in some cases, it can be fatal. According to online reports:

"Physical symptoms of allergic reaction can include itchiness, urticaria, swelling, eczema, sneezing, asthma, abdominal pain, drop in blood pressure, diarrhea, and cardiac arrest. Anaphylaxis may occur."

As of Tuesday morning April 4th, there have been no reports of any illness related to this product.

The news release provided by Wegmans states:

Approximately 612 lbs. of the product were received from the manufacturer incorrectly labeled. Wegmans recovered approximately 365 lbs. either removed from sale or still in inventory; the remainder was sold to customers. Wegmans placed automated phone calls to customers, who purchased the packaged product using their Shoppers Club card, to alert them to the recall.

The brownies were sold in 15 of the 92 Wegmans stores.

Wegmans Original Killer Brownies with Pecans (best-by dates 03/21/17 through 4/5/17 only) with UPC number 20818400000 were sold between 3/16 and 4/1/17.

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