ARLINGTON, Va. — A new product recall portal launched on Jan. 8 by the Food Marketing Institute here was not ready to communicate information about the recall of peanut butter products in January. But the Web portal is expected to be used in “a few months” in recall situations after it has additional users, said Leslie Sarasin, FMI’s president and chief executive officer. The peanut butter recall, caused by a Salmonella outbreak, occurred while the portal was in its early stages and ...

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