As of last week, more than 3,400 peanut products whose origins were traced to the Peanut Corp. of America had found their way to the recall list compiled by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Among the affected items are scores of store brands for which retailers thoughtfully chose manufacturers, or ingredient suppliers for chains that produce private labels themselves. Despite Wegmans' prudent vendor selection process, several of its store-brand items, including Chocolate Peanut ...

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