Sunland Inc.’s announcement for a recall of peanut butter shopped from Trader Joe’s has taken a new turn on Thursday. A recent report has shed light over the fact that the recall now has been expanded amid increased fears of Salmonella outbreak.
As per the findings, now all products that have been manufactured between March 1, 2010 and Sept. 24, 2012 in the company’s Portales, N. M., facility would be re-checked. The aim is to ensure safety and leave no chance for the infection to enter a body.
It is being said that the virus is concerning. However, patients usually recover on their own without an outside help. Causing symptoms like diarrhea, vomiting, cramping and fever, the disease can only prove serious in case of elderly or infants or the ones with weak immune system.
Thus, the Food and Drug Administration came up with its own update related to Salmonella. The agency highlighted recall of related products like crackers, butter cookies and snacks like sesame noodles with the inclusion of peanut.
The reason is common that 35 people in 19 different states have been reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as infected. “Collaborative investigation efforts indicated that cantaloupe originating from Chamberlain Farms Produce, Inc. of Owensville, Indiana, was the source of this outbreak”, said the CDC.
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