NEW YORK — As part of efforts to rebuild consumer confidence in peanut products, the National Peanut Board will set up a pavilion in Vanderbilt Hall in New York City’s Grand Central Terminal today and tomorrow to meet consumers, answer recall questions and give away samples of peanuts, peanut butter and other peanut items. “No one is more deeply disturbed by the recent salmonella crisis than the thousands of USA peanut farmers and their families,” said Roger Neitsch, a Texas peanut farmer ...

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