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  1. If anyone living near a Wegman's store in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Maryland, Virginia, or North Carolina, you should know that they have a good variety of their store brand products that are Whole30 compliant. And they even have jars, not cans, of tomato paste in their Italian Classics Organic brand that is just tomato pulp, no citric acid. I know the citric acid is okay, but I have a problem with it so I have to look. Goya brand also doesn't have citric acid, but that comes in a can as well. Also, the Wegmans jar has an extra ounce in it. Bonus! I like the jars becau