SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Price Chopper here is filling holes once occupied by nearly 100 peanut-containing products with shelf signs indicating the items are part of the Peanut Corporation of America recall. To date, 2,396 products have been pulled from distribution because they carry the risk of salmonella contamination. “We’re not filling that space with alternate product, since there are other options in those categories for consumers to choose from,” chain spokeswoman Mona Golub told SN. ...

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