ATLANTA -- Public health officials from several states have confirmed through product testing the presence of Salmonella Tennessee in open jars of Peter Pan and Wal-Mart‘s private-label Great Value peanut butter, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention here. Peter Pan peanut butter and jars of Great Value peanut butter beginning with the product code 2111 were manufactured in ConAgra Foods‘ Sylvester, Ga., plant, which has ceased production. As of late last week, 329 ...

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