Peter Pan peanut butter is returning to grocery shelves

Filed under: Nutrition: Health, Media

Earlier this winter Con Agra had to pull every jar of Peter Pan peanut butter from grocery store shelves after it was linked to salmonella poisoning. During the recall no child deaths were linked to the salmonella scare, but several families of elderly people claim their loved ones died as a result of ingesting the peanut butter. However, the poison scare is over and the food company is now restocking shelves with new, salmonella free jars of peanut butter.

This likely comes as good news for families who have been missing their favorite brand of peanut butter during the last seven months. Most small children consume at least one peanut butter and jelly sandwich a day and sometimes the house brand just isn't the same as the favored Peter Pan.

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AdviceMama Says:
Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.