Missoula health officials advise anyone who bought jams or peanut butter, prepared by the Dinnerbell Bakery and Banquets near St. Ignatius, to discard the food.

Lake County health officials say the jams and peanut butter may be contaminated with bacteria that could cause illness.

The popular Amish restaurant, outside St. Ignatius, was ordered closed last month after a disease outbreak. It’s been traced to salmonella contamination in the restaurant’s water supply.

Lake County health officer Steven Palmieri says jams or peanut butter purchased in July or August, at either the Dinnerbell or the Mission General Store in St. Ignatius, should be thrown out.