A Trusted Choice
Our customers tell us they can rely on Wegmans Brand for quality and great taste, and because we know cleaner ingredients matter. That’s why we’re committed to providing more Wegmans Brand items that are either organic or Food You Feel Good About (no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives). You’ll find thousands of our great-tasting products throughout our store.
No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Free of trans fats from partially hydrogenated oils. No high fructose corn syrup. No artificial sweeteners.
We are so committed to organics because they are produced more sustainably, contain nothing artificial and taste great. Organics are also the simplest way to avoid GMOs (including Bioengineered Ingredients) because USDA organic standards prohibit their use. We offer over 4,000 items, with many more on the way.
These easy-to-recognize icons on our Wegmans Brand products and recipes show you at a glance how each food helps you meet your health and wellness goals. Each Wellness Key alerts you to important nutritional or ingredient information. Some are for everyone, like Heart Healthy or High Fiber, while others, like Gluten Free or Lactose Free, are meant for people with specific dietary needs.
Contains or may contain (we specify which of the following) Crustacean Shellfish, Eggs, Fish, Milk, Peanuts, Soy, Tree Nuts, Wheat.
Note: The allergen key is only used on Wegmans Brand packaged products, not on recipes. It appears on the back or side panel near the ingredient statement.
Ingredients are not derived from wheat, rye or barley. Contains certified gluten-free oats. The final product must have <20 ppm gluten from unavoidable gluten present due to inadvertent cross contact. Used on products.
Low in fat and no more than 1g saturated fat, 480mg sodium, and 60mg cholesterol per standard serving of an individual food. Contains at least 10% of the daily value for one of the following: protein, dietary fiber, vitamin D, calcium, iron or potassium. Used on products and recipes.
Note: “Meal-type products” contain a combination of servings from two or more food groups. These products have different nutritional criteria than servings of individual foods. Single proteins (meat, poultry, game, and seafood) also have different nutritional criteria.
Must contain at least 20% of the daily value for calcium (260mg) per serving of individual foods. Used on products and recipes.
Less than 3g fat per serving of individual foods. Used on products and recipes.
Ingredients support a Paleo style of eating. Foods typically allowed include meat, fish, shellfish, poultry, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds. Foods typically not allowed include grains, potatoes, milk and dairy products, beans, and peas. Used on products and recipes.
In-store produced Vegan items do not contain ingredients derived from animals including meat, fish, dairy, eggs, honey or anything made from these. These items have potential for cross contact due to shared preparation areas (ovens, cutting boards, utensils, grills, and fryers).
In-store produced, sliced or packaged items that do not have wheat, rye or barley ingredients but may contain gluten due to shared preparation areas (ovens, cutting boards, utensils, grills, and fryers).
Many are curious about foods made from genetically modified organisms (GMOs for short). New requirements for bioengineered foods and ingredients became effective January 1, 2020.