Sunland Inc., recently announced the expansion of the peanut butter recall that began last week. The original recall involved the Trader Joe’s Valencia Creamy Peanut Butter after it was discovered that it may have been contaminated with salmonella during the manufacturing process.
The recall was later extended when it was determined that multiple other products that are sold at market and grocery stores across the nation, were manufactured on the same equipment.
The other products include almond and cashew spread and roasted peanuts. As of now, nearly 35 people have become ill from the food-borne contamination, with at least eight requiring hospitalization.
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Categories: Product Liability