The Peanut Butter recall of 2009 continues, with new products added to the list, and some cleared.
Affected (on top of Kellogs)
Little Debbie snacks is recalling two kinds of peanut butter crackers that could be contaminated with the bacteria.
H.E. Butt Grocery Co. is recalling all of its H-E-Buddy snack packs that contain peanut butter. Affected products include H-E-Buddy Celery w/Peanut Butter; H-E-Buddy Apples w/Peanut Butter and H-E-Buddy Snack Tray w/two Dips, all with expiration dates between Jan. 16 and Jan. 22
Perry’s Ice Cream sold under the Wegmans brand peanut butter have been recalled.
Peanut butter cookies sold at Walmart under the Walmart brand have been recalled.
Hy-Vee’s bakery — peanut butter cookies, monster cookies, peanut butter Reeses Pieces cookies, peanut butter chocolate chip cookies, lunchbox Reeses Pieces cookies and peanut butter cookies, people chow party mix and assorted truffle fudge have been recalled.
Lance Inc, Tasty Baking Co, Hershey Co and ConAgra Foods said their products with peanut-butter or peanut-based ingredients are not impacted by the federal government’s investigation into an outbreak of salmonella food poisoning.
The two bakers of Girl Scout cookies — Virginia-based ABC Bakers and Kentucky-based Little Brownie Bakers — say all peanut butter Girl Scout cookies are safe to eat, as the Peanut Corporation of America (PCA) did not supply any peanut products to either baker.
See our earlier post for more details.