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Wegmans Charcoal

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Wegmans Charcoal
Quick Stats
Date Of Review: May, 2004
Purchased From: Donated by Gretl
Date Purchased: May, 2004
Price: $4.99 for 10 pounds
Weight: 5 poundsYYY
Burn Time:
Ash Production:
Type of Wood: Oak, hickory, maple and other hardwoods.
Strange Material?: 1 dirt clod.
Scrap Lumber Pieces?: None.
Smell: Mild pleasant hardwood smokeYYY
Country of Origin: USA



This charcoal was kindly donated to us by Gretl. We contacted Wegmans directly and found out that this charcoal is manufactured by Royal Oak. The size distribution of the pieces was pretty good. We only had a five pound bag to work with, but it seemed to contain its share of larger pieces. The chips and dust came in at about 12% of the bag by weight which is a little bit better than average. We did find a dirt clod and one piece of uncarbonized wood. The lump took 3 sheets of newpaper to light in our chimney starter test, which is less than average. (The easiest to light lumps take 2 sheets, hardest take 7.) The smell of the lump was mild, pleasant hardwood smoke.
We didn't have enough of a sample (which was our fault for not asking for a 10 pound sample) to test the maximum burn temperature. It seemed to burn fairly hot based on the vent settings to get it to burn at 450 degrees for our burn time test, however. Burn time results were average, and ash production was also average. For more information you may wish to read our review of Royal Oak lump charcoal for which we were able to do a more complete review.

And since this is the same charcoal as Royal Oak, we give Wegmans charcoal the same Highly Recommended rating.

Reader's Score: 3.97  (82 votes)

  5 - Best Ever 13 (16%)
  4 - Good Stuff 58 (71%)
  3 - So So 7 (9%)
  2 - Pretty Bad 4 (5%)
  1 - Worst Ever 0 (0%)
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Other Information


Unusual or Unique Statements


Statements From The Bag

"Clean, Hot, Longlasting"
"Lump charcoal is made by partially burning wood to remove moisture and oils that cause smoking. It is preferred for its quick, even, hot fire. For best results in igniting the charcoal, uase a good quality starter fluid, and allow it to burn off completely."

"Dear Customer,
Every day we intend to give you our best. if this charcoal isn't all you expected it to be, we'll cheerfully refund your money. It will help us respond to your comments or questions if you return the package. Danny Wegman"

Lighting Instructions


Photos Of Contents

This is the contents of the bag. Those are 1 inch squares on the measuring bar.


Here is a closer view.


Here are the larger pieces we found in the bag.


We found one dirt clod and 1 piece of uncarbonized wood in the bag.

Here are the contents of the bag sorted into large, medium, small, and too small/chips/dust.


Other Photos


Photo of UPC Code

Here is a photo of the UPC code on the bag:


Contact Information

Wegmans Food Markets
1500 Brooks Avenue
PO Box 30844
Rochester, NY   14603-0844
1-800-WEGMANS, ext. 4760 (Customer affairs.)








Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. is a privately held American regional supermarket chain headquartered in Gates, New York, near Rochester.[6][7] Wegmans has 89 stores[1] in the mid-Atlantic and New England regions, in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Virginia. Founded in 1916 in Rochester, Wegmans has appeared on Fortune's annual "100 Best Companies to Work For" list since the list first appeared in 1998, and has ranked among the top 10 for eight consecutive years.[8] Food Network recognized it with its award for Best Grocery Store in 2007,[9] and Consumer Reports ranked it the top large U.S. grocery chain in 2012[10] and in 2014.[11] It was also profiled as part of "Here Are The Jobs" segment on MSNBC's PoliticsNation on July 6, 2012.[1