SYLVESTER, Ga. — Public health officials from several states have detected the presence of salmonella in jars of Peter Pan peanut butter and Wal-Mart's private-label Great Value brand of peanut butter that were manufactured in a single ConAgra Foods facility here, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced late last month. Last Tuesday the CDC reported that 370 persons from 42 states have been infected with the outbreak strain Salmonella Tennessee. Among 294 patients for whom ...

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