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"Holy Peanut Recall, Batman!"

alkapal Mar 27, 2009 07:06 AM

Wow! Look at this huge list of products affected by the peanut corporation of america's recall of salmonella - tainted (or potentially tainted) products.


within each of these individual categories, there is a long list of specific information on products, lot #s, etc.:
Brownie Product Recalls
Cake and Pie Product Recalls
Candy Product Recalls
Cereal Product Recalls
Cookie Product Recalls
Cracker Product Recalls
Donut Product Recalls
Dressing and Seasoning Product Recalls
Fruit and Vegetable Product Recalls
Ice Cream Product Recalls
Peanut Product Recalls
Peanut Butter Product Recalls
Peanut Paste Product Recalls
Pet Food Product Recalls
Pre-Packaged Meals Product Recalls
Snack Bar Product Recalls
Snack and Snack Mix Product Recalls
Topping Product Recalls

~ you can also use a search function on the site:
"You can search by:
- Brand Name (Example: Austin Quality Foods, Keebler).
- UPC Code (Example: 54807-59114).
- Product Description (Example: Crackers with Peanut Butter).
- Any combination of: brand name, description, UPC code "

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  1. Boudleaux RE: alkapal Mar 28, 2009 06:17 PM

    Wow! That is a long list. I was actually eating a Tagalong while looking through the posts and I saw yours! I don't see anything about Girl Scout cookies on there but I'm going to check their website just in case. Mine were made by Little Brownie Bakers but I think another bakery also makes GIrl Scout cookies.

    Anyway, thanks for posting this.

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      alkapal RE: Boudleaux Mar 29, 2009 04:56 AM

      i too was surprised by just how many products were affected. i looked up my smucker's peanut butter to be sure it was fine, and smuckers' website says that they buy nothing from that bad company, and thus no smuckers products were affected. http://www.smuckers.com/family_compan...

      i like the smuckers natural peanut butter.

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      jlafler RE: alkapal Mar 29, 2009 10:02 AM

      Yes, and next time there's a snarky post about how people with food allergies are exaggerating and being paranoid and hypochondriac and probably faking it, remember that list.

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