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Old 02-18-2007, 08:05 AM
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Salmonella Outbreak

Hey guys, recieved this email from my college the other day and just thought I'd pass it along

The Centers for Disease Control recently announced an outbreak of salmonella in ConAgra produced peanut butter, specifically Peter Pan and Great Value brands. Any of these peanut butter products that contain a bar code beginning with the numbers 2111 should be returned or disposed of immediately. For more information, please visit http://www.emergencyemail.org/newsem....asp?a=175&z=1

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I already ate half of my jar of tainted peanut butter before this story broke. I pitched it last week. It tasted just fine.
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QH crud Now I have to go look What the heck is happening to the food supply.
I'm good diffrent brand Miss a second bullit.

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I saw a clip on the news involving a church group in my area. They made PB eggs for Easter only to find that the PB was batch# 2111. This is one of their big fund raisers for the year, and had to dispose of all the eggs. They are out $800 worth of baking supplies, and don't have funds for replacement.
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Old 02-19-2007, 06:20 AM
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I guess by reading the location of the replies it's all over the country because we had a jar of it here at one my stations.
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Well, we have been the only nation in the world(I'm including our good neighbors to the North under our umbrella) that has a safe food and water supply. That is no longer the case and we should be demanding to know why. Identifying the problem is not good enough. Why this problem has surfaced in the last 9 months is the issue. I can understand vegetables and eggs and occasional meat problem, but not peanut butter. The processing involves temperatures to 300* which should kill every thing EXCEPT an intentional introduction of the bacteria in the final sealing process. Food handlers sanitary cleanliness standards must be strictly enforced in order for our food supply to remain safe. Utilizing 3 world personnel that are very limited in their knowledge of acceptable sanitary standards is a problem we had better get our arms around or we are all going to get into an involuntary weight reduction program!!

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Old 02-19-2007, 11:43 AM
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It hit here in southeast Missouri pretty hard. Two teachers from our local school district as well as several from surrounding areas are out for a while. Apparently the ones in our school district ate some of it at the recent teachers meeting. Gee now I'm glad I hate the stuff.
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Old 02-19-2007, 12:08 PM
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CON AGRA also makes the GREAT VALUE brand that is sold exclusively by WALMART,, so please be aware of that also..
at my house we use JIF,, from Cosco,, , and my grand kids and myself go through a lot of PBAJ ,,

The cooking process makes it safe untill the final packaging, like TREES mentioned,, sanitary conditions and the terrorism threats need some work,,

Now they have recalled chicken strips,, for the same reason,,
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