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Contaminated peanut butter prompts recall

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This week across the country, certain brands of peanut butter were pulled from store shelves due to an FDA product recall resulting from a salmonella outbreak.

Peter Pan and Great Value peanut butter with the product code “2111” on the lid were recalled by the FDA after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a study that showed more than 300 people in 39 states had become sick after consuming these products. Today the product recall was expanded to include all of the Peter Pan and Great Value peanut butters sold after May 2006.

ConAgra Foods of Sylvester, Georgia, was the manufacturer of the recalled products. They advise all consumers and vendors to discard these products immediately.

Refunds for these defective products can be obtained by returning the product lid, along with the customer’s name and address to:
ConAgra Foods
P.O. Box 3768
Omaha, NE 68103