Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 05, 2012
The peanut butter recall that started last week was expanded. The manufacturer of Trader Joe's peanut butter that was first to be pulled off initiated the expansion of the recall to many more products and stores, said a csmonitor.com report. And for that, GreenBeanBuddy said that the company deserved a compliment. Additionally, to help the public prevent salmonella infection and other possible condition from food contamination, it advised the use of green cleaning solutions.
According to the report, the said manufacturer was the New Mexico-based company Sunland, Inc. Its recall already expanded to 30 states. The products it pulled off is now numbering at more than 100. And the stores it affected also greatly increased.
In particular, almond butter, cashew butter and tahini were some of the nut products added to the recall. And among the specific brands included to it were Archer Farms, Naturally More, Serious Food and Sunland. Whole Foods Market, Target, Safeway, Fresh & Easy, Harry and David, Sprouts, Heinen’s and Stop & Shop Supermarket Company, on the other hand, were among the stores affected by the expanded recall.
Here is an excerpt from the post Peanut Butter Recalls Hits More Products and Stores by GreenBeanBuddy.com.
“Last week, a peanut butter product of Trader Joe's was pulled off its shelf due to link to a salmonella outbreak. And earlier this week, more peanut butter and related products were recalled by food manufacturer Sunland Inc.
Reports have it that the New-Mexico based company has recently expanded its product recall to more brands and stores. In figures, the recall extended to 101 more nut products from numerous stores in 30 states. And among those stores affected by it are Whole Foods Market, Target, Safeway, Fresh & Easy, Harry and David, Sprouts, Heinen’s and Stop & Shop Supermarket Company.”
As shared by news website GreenBeanBuddy.com, salmonella infection can cause a person a great deal of inconvenience. It said that it could particularly cause diarrhea, fever and abdominal pain. And so for looking out for the health of the public and voluntarily recalling their products, the site stated that the said manufacturer deserved some compliment.
Nonetheless, the website also said that salmonella infection is not the only problem that food contamination could bring. But to avoid all of them, it added that safe cleaning is imperative. And to get it done, it asserted that green cleaning products are needed.
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