A New York-based company is recalling certain baking mixes because they may contain soy that is not listed as an ingredient on packaging. Wegmans of Rochester, NY issued a voluntary recall of three gluten-free baking mixes Tuesday after internal allergen testing by the revealed the presence of soy, which can cause adverse health effects in people with allergies to the ingredient. Products subject to this recall include: – Wegmans Gluten Free Chocolate Cake Mix, sold in 15.3 oz. boxes marked with UPC 77890-2833 and best-by code dates from 30Oct2013 to 11Apr2014 – Wegmans Food You Feel Good About Gluten Free Honey Cornbread Mix, sold in 16 oz. boxes marked with UPC 77890-30343 and best-by dode dates from 28Mar2014 to 16Apr2014, and – Wegmans Food You Feel Good About All Purpose Baking Mix, sold in 16 oz. boxes marked with UPC 77890-30341and best-by code dates from 27Mar2014 to 18Dec2014 Wegmans started selling the chocolate cake affected by this recall in May of 2012 and its all purpose baking mix and cornbread mix in September. Products were sold at the company’s 80 retail stores in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland and Massachusetts. Customers who have purchased the affected mixes should return them to their point of purchase for a full refund.