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
WFMZ News reports that one Allentown woman says she had no idea the peanut butter she was feeding her child was allegedly making him sick. Now weeks later, she says salmonella has cost her more than her son’s health.
Yonhap News reports that a South Korean food watchdog said Monday it is recalling imported American peanut butter after it was linked to an outbreak of salmonella food poisoning in the U.S.
WTOC reports that Officials with the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta say they suspected the peanut butter was linked to the outbreak all along, but never had any proof until Friday.
The jars of Peter Pan and Great Value peanut butter came from the same plant in Sylvester, Georgia, right outside of Albany. Just …
13wham.com reports that at least 34 people in New York State can trace recent illness to tainted peanut butter. The state health department says two more salmonella cases have been confirmed in New York.
According to an article in the Charleston Daily Mail, Mercer County church is taking no chances with its popular Easter fundraiser.
Trinity United Methodist Church of Bluefield threw away 325 chocolate-covered peanut butter eggs, along with several hundred others that had not yet been coated, on Monday because of concerns about salmonella, Pastor Charles Miller …
1. If you or a family member are still sick, please seek medical treatment.
2. If you do seek medical treatment, please ask that a stool culture be done to try and confirm that you have been sickened by salmonella. A stool culture is the only way to confirm that you have been sickened by…