Recalled Peanuts are for Sale in Retail Stores

Peanut Corporation of America has revealed that it manufactured and shipped peanuts to dollar stores for retail sale.  While no peanut butter was involved, peanuts in cans and jars were distributed to 99 Cent Stuff, 99 Cents Only Stores, Dollar General, and Dollar Tree Stores,…

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Find Peanut Butter Product Recalls

Salmonella Outbreak Update The Food and Drug Administration has a website where consumers can search for information on foods recalled because of potential Salmonella contamination. You can search by brand name, UPC, product description (for example, crackers with peanut butter), or any combination of the…

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FDA Recommends Consumers Avoid Products Containing Peanut Butter

Salmonella Update With many new recalls of foods containing peanut butter or peanut paste, the Food and Drug Administration is now recommending that consumers avoid all commercially prepared foods made with peanut butter or eating peanut butter served in institutional settings. Current recalls, listed on…

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Kellogg Removes Peanut Butter Crackers from Store Shelves

Salmonella Update The Kellogg Company has put a hold on shipping its sandwich crackers with peanut butter.  It is removing them from retail store shelves and asks consumers not to eat them until further notice that their safety is assured. Products affected include Austin® and…

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CDC Links Peanut Butter to Salmonella Outbreak

The Centers for Disease Control have made an preliminary link between an outbreak of Salmonella infection and peanut butter.  Studies of illness patterns by the Minnesota Department of Health suggested that King Nut  peanut butter might the source of the bacteria.  Strains of Salmonella Typhimurium…

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