American brand of peanut butter has recently recalled more products due to the outbreak of salmonella. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at least 14 people from 12 states have been affected, with two of them being hospitalized. The agency stated that Four out of five persons interviewed said they ate various varieties of Jif brand peanut butter before becoming ill.
The J.M. Smucker Co. recalled many Jif brand peanut butter varieties marketed in the United States and Canada late last week, including creamy, crunchy, natural, and reduced-fat varieties. FDA the outbreak strain of Salmonella Senftenberg was discovered in a J.M. Smucker facility in Lexington, Kentucky. All of the recalled peanut butter include the numbers 1274425-2140425, with “425” at the end of the first seven digits.
Fever, diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, and stomach discomfort are all signs of Salmonella infection. It can be dangerous and even fatal to youngsters, the fragile, and the elderly. Salmonella symptoms usually appear between six hours and six days after being exposed to the organism.
Snack goods containing the recalled peanut butter are now being investigated by the FDA, in addition to jars of Jif. According to a notice released by the FDA, Cargill is recalling 795 8-ounce boxes of candy and other snacks prepared with the recalled peanut butter. The Wilbur Chocolate retail store in Lititz, Pennsylvania, and online at Wilburbuds.com provide milk and dark chocolate-covered peanut butter Ritz crackers, peanut butter meltaway, peanut butter eggs, and fudge.
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