SYLVESTER, Ga. - Samples collected by the Food and Drug Administration, Washington, at ConAgra's plant here revealed the presence of salmonella. The fact that the salmonella was found in the plant environment further suggests that the contamination likely took place prior to the product reaching consumers, according to the FDA. The salmonella found in the plant matched the outbreak strain also found in open jars of Peter Pan and Wal-Mart‘s private-label Great Value brand peanut butter last ...

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