PLAINVIEW, Texas — Peanut Corp. of America voluntarily closed its plant here Monday night after lab tests of sample products produced by subsidiary Plainview Peanut Co. there indicated the possible presence of Salmonella. It does not appear that any of the affected products including peanut meal, granulated peanuts and dry roasted peanuts, have reached consumers, Texas Department of State Health Services officials announced yesterday. Though the peanut meal and granulated peanuts had not ...

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