Many readers of this journal will likely recall 2008 and 2009’s national Salmonella outbreak linked to peanut product manufactured by Peanut Corporation of America (PCA). Since news of the outbreak first hit the media, the case has been a regular fixture in the press. The outbreak is notable both for its enormous scope—over 700 sickened in 46
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Salmonella Food poisoning ID’d in Louisiana
By Food Poisoning Attorney on
Posted in Food Poisoning Watch
According to the AP – One case of salmonella tied to tainted peanut butter made at a ConAgra Foods Inc., plant in Georgia has been identified in Louisiana, the Food and Drug Administration says.
The FDA has identified 425 cases of food poisoning from the peanut butter in 44 states.
On Feb. 14, ConAgra recalled…