Peanut Butter Product Recall List GrowsNickiwda
Jan. 20, 2009 — The list of reviewed items containing peanut butter proceeds to grow within the wake of the salmonella outbreak that has sickened at slightest 475 people in 43 states and Canada.
The episode strain of Salmonella typhimurium may have contributed to six passings, according to the CDC.
Recently, the FDA affirmed that the source of the flare-up is shelled nut butter and shelled nut paste made by the Peanut Enterprise of America (PCA) at its Blakely, Ga., processing plant.
PCA’s items aren’t sold to basic need stores. PCA only offers shelled nut butter to educate and nourishment producers. A few nourishment producers utilize PCA’s shelled nut butter or peanut paste to create products including wafers, treats, cakes, cereal, sweet, and ice cream.
Many items containing PCA’s shelled nut butter or shelled nut paste have been recalled. The lengthy list incorporates, but isn’t constrained to, the taking after companies:
Common Plants: Lara Bar Peanut Butter Cookie flavor nibble bars and Jam Frakas Shelled nut Butter Blisscrisp flavor snack bars Clif Bar & Company: Clif Bar Chocolate Chip Shelled nut Crunch, Clif Bar Crunchy Peanut Butter, Clif Bar Shelled nut Toffee Buzz, ZBaR Shelled nut Butter, Clif Builders Peanut Butter, Luna Nutz over Chocolate, Luna Peanut Butter Cookie, and all Clif Mojo Bars Kroger: Private Choice Peanut Butter Enthusiasm Ice Cream sold at City Market, Fred Meyer, Fry’s, Lord Soopers, QFC, and Smith’s stores. Kellogg Company: Certain Austin and Keebler brand peanut butter sandwich crackers, select snack-size packs of Famous Amos Peanut Butter Treats, and Keebler Soft Clump Homestyle Peanut Butter Cookies.
The FDA’s web location encompasses a list of recalls related to the salmonella flare-up.
So for presently, the FDA exhorts consumers not to eat commercially arranged products containing shelled nut butter or shelled nut paste, or shelled nut butter served at teach, unless they’re beyond any doubt that those products do not contain PCA peanut butter or peanut glue.
The FDA reminds shoppers to throw out recalled products in a manner that anticipates others from eating those items, and to see a health care provider in case you think you got sick from eating shelled nut butter.