Nut Butter Scare Worldwide Peanut Butter Almond Butter Recall Because of Salmonella

 

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Peanut, almond butter recalled over salmonella

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Nut butter fans, check your pantries—stat! nSpired Natural Foods Inc. is voluntarily recalling six brands of peanut butter and almond butter due to possible Salmonella contamination. Contact with Salmonella can cause fever, diarrhea (which may be bloody), nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. Those with weakened immune systems, young children, and elderly people are most. Food producer nSpired Natural Foods Inc., a subsidiary of the Hain Celestial Group, voluntarily recalled certain peanut butter and almond butter products after routine FDA testing spotlighted their. Symptoms typically develop within one to three days of exposure to the Salmonella bacteria, and they can last from four to seven days.

To avoid a miserable week, check any peanut butter or nut butters you think may be part of the recall with the list provided by the FDA. A list of all the recalled peanut and almond butter products, including Safeway, Arrowhead Mills, Kroger, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods and MaraNatha brands, can. A unit of Hain Celestial Group Inc. has recalled some peanut and almond butter brands because of possible salmonella contamination. Reports of four illnesses have been found to be related to nut.

NEW YORK —Five varieties of Wholesome Pantry organic nut butters were recalled by their parent company over fears that they may be tainted with listeria, the FDA announced Thursday. The. Seattle-area lawyer William Marler, who specializes in food-safety cases, said the government shouldn’t wait for the results of more tests to request recalls. ”At least 30 companies purchased peanut butter or paste from a facility with a documented link to a nationwide salmonella outbreak,” Marler said. Oskri Organics Corporation of Lake Mills, WI is recalling ALL Oskri Corporation manufactured nut butters.

This recall has been initiated due to positive test results for Listeria monocytogenes. Since the mid 1990’s there have been five recorded Salmonella outbreaks associated with commercial peanut butter, peanut-based products, and peanut flavored savory snacks (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2007, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2009, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2012, Killalea et al., 1996. Officials believed that a five-pound tub of King Nut brand creamy peanut butter in a Minnesota nursing home might contain the bacteria to blame for the outbreak.

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A variety of ready-to-eat peanut butter and peanut butter-containing products contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes or Salmonella serovars have been recalled in the United States (Table 6.2) (FDA, 2014).

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Accessed 6 Aug 2013 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (2009) Multistate outbreak of Salmonella infections associated with peanut butter and peanut butter-containing products—United States, 2008–2009.

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Springer New York, 2014

Consider the food industry: Food poisoning incidents in 2017 included the nationwide E. coli outbreak that led to the recall of I. M. Healthy brand nut butter and other products.

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An investigation revealed that Peanut Butter Corporation of America, a peanut butter producer in Georgia, had distributed peanut butter contaminated with salmonella.

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In an ongoing inquiry, the FDA’s Office of Criminal Investigations found that ConAgra Grocery Products had caused an outbreak of salmonella poisoning several years ago by shipping contaminated peanut butter to stores around the country.

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from Criminal Justice in Action
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In this outbreak, >3,900 products containing either contaminated peanut butter or paste were recalled.

“Cases in Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases” by Peter H. Gilligan, Daniel S. Shapiro, Melissa B. Miller
from Cases in Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
by Peter H. Gilligan, Daniel S. Shapiro, Melissa B. Miller
Wiley, 2014

On December 21, 2010, nearly two years to the day after Clifford Tousignant ate the contaminated peanut butter that killed him, Congress passed the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act.

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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Multistate Outbreak of Salmonella Infections Associated with Peanut Butter and Peanut Butter-Containing Products—United States, 2008–2009,” Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 58 (2009): 85–90.

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Salmonella again made the news as contaminated peanut butter forced recalls across the United States, caused hundreds of illnesses, and resulted in several deaths.

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from Public Health Nursing E-Book: Population-Centered Health Care in the Community
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FDA found the company’s facility in Georgia to be the source of contamination, and all peanut butter traced to that plant was recalled.

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from Epidemiology for Advanced Nursing Practice
by Kiran Macha, John McDonough
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2012

Alexia Lewis RD

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  • Thank you! ‘They’ [name brand companies] just want more money OR they see that more people are making cleaner and healthier alternatives such as 100% Natural and/or 100% Organic products. Peace.

  • Probably. like the last time, one player didn’t follow the rules, and
    the results are devastating to the peanut growers. Can’t stand the
    stuff anyway.