WASHINGTON — As of last week, there was no evidence that national-brand peanut butters are contaminated, according to Stephen Sundlof, director of the U.S. Food & Drug Administration's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition. Consumer confidence in peanut butter has remained positive for the most part, retailers told SN. United Supermarkets, Lubbock, Texas, has not noticed a decline in sales for peanut butter in jars as of records from the week ending Jan. 31, said Tyra Carter, ...

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