FDA Widens Recall Of Peanut Company's Products Due To Salmonella Outbreak
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The Food and Drug Administration is widening the recall of peanut-based products from the Sunland Company of New Mexico because of possible salmonella contamination.
Peanut butter manufactured by the Sunland Company and sold at Trader Joe's was already recalled after it was traced to salmonella cases in 19 states.
Now Sunland is recalling every peanut product it has manufactured at the plant since March 2010, including raw and roasted peanuts, both shelled and inside the shell.
For a complete list of those products, visit sunlandinc.com.