Peanut butter recall hits consumers
The peanut butter salmonella outbreak was previously thought to only be a problem in schools and nursing homes. Now some companies that sell peanut butter products are recalling items as a precaution. The outbreak has caused deaths in Minnesota and elsewhere.
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"This recall is precautionary only," the company said in a statement. "The company has not received any illness complaints about these products."
Kemps says that consumers should return the items to where they were bought for a full refund. All products manufactured before January 30 are affected by the recall.
For more information, called Kemps Consumer Affairs at 1-800-726-6455
Read the full list of Kemps products recalled here.
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