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Target, Walmart and Whole Foods Possibly Sold Contaminated Peanut Butter

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Target is one of the stores that sells the possibly contaminated peanut butter. But so is Walmart and Whole Foods.

It's worth taking a look--if you have peanut butter in your home. And it's not just peanut butter. It's peanuts. The list of contaminated products in the peanut poisoning--includes over 400 peanut products, from moon pies to ice cream to peanut butter. The list now includes raw and roasted peanuts, all traced back to a New Mexico factory--called Sunland Inc.

The FDA is warning consumers not to eat any products associated with Sunland to throw them out. As they could be tainted with salmonella.

Dozens of people have been sickened in 19-different states from coast to coast. Sunland has been closed down, during this investigation. And stores that had the products should have cleared them from shelves.

 

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