The CDC and state and local health departments are advising consumers who are no longer ill with a diarrheal illness after eating potentially contaminated Peter Pan or Great Value peanut butter to throw the product away; however, if you have contacted Marler Clark and we are pursuing a legal claim on your behalf, we advise you to save your jar. Keep it in a plastic bag, in a temperature-controlled place (like the refrigerator), and after we have received your paperwork in the mail, we will contact you with information about where to send your jar to have it tested for the presence of Salmonella.

  • Paula Forbes

    I use P.B. as my protein and in august I started feeling ill with the symtoms you discribed. My work preformance went up anddown. I use whatever brand is on sale. In Dec. my Dr.did an endoscopy and found bateria. The last time I was ill was Feb 14th and I had been eating Peter Pan at that time. Do I have a case?

  • lora thomas

    i have a jar of peter pan i bought and i have had the headaches dirrahea and not feeling great i want to know what to do with the leftover
    jar and if if it is contaminated i like to look into a lawsuit for myself and my family.