Holly Lebowitz Rossi
October 08, 2012

After more people have been sickened by suspected salmonella contamination in peanut butter and other nut butters made by New Mexico-based Sunland, Inc, the recall of the company's products has been expanded for the second time in as many weeks. Initially, the recall affected products sold at Trader Joe's and some smaller grocery chains.  Then last week, the recall was expanded to products that are stocked at Whole Foods Markets, Target, and other retailers.

Families should discard any unused recalled products, or return them to the stores where they were purchased.  For more information on whether specific products are under recall, call Sunland directly at 1-866-837-1018.

Image: Peanut butter, via Shutterstock

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