FDA Peanut-Product Recall Expands

As the FDA’s recall of peanuts and peanut-related products, due to possible salmonella contamination, continues to grow, food manufacturers are coming out of the woodwork voluntarily recalling some of their peanut-related products before the FDA can do so. Below are the companies, so far, that have volunteered:

Abbott Nutrition
Allegro Fine Foods, Inc.
Amway Global
Arbonne International LLC
Arico Natural Foods Company
Aspen Hills, Inc.
Atkins Nutritionals, Inc.
Aurora Products, Inc.
Austinuts Wholesale, Inc.
Bass Pro Shops
Bear Naked
Bear Stewart Corporation
Best Brands Corp.
Bindi North America
Blanton’s Candies
Blue Ribbon Products Inc.
Boca Grande Foods Inc.
Braum’s Ice Cream and Dairy Stores
Brent and Sam’s
Broughton Foods
Caribou Coffee Company, Inc.
Casey’s General Stores, Inc.
Chef Jay’s Food Products
Cherrydale Manufacturing LLC
Clif Bar & Company
Country Life Natural Foods
Country Maid, Inc.
Creative Energy Foods, Inc.
Crown Pacific Fine Foods
Dinners Ready of Meridian, ID
Dough-To-Go, Inc.
Dutch Valley Food Development, Inc.
Earth Island
East Side Entrees
Eillien’s Candies, Inc.
Evening Rise Bread Co.
Falcon Trading Company/SunRidge Farms
Fieldbrook Foods Corp.
Forward Foods LLC
The Galliker Dairy Co.
General Mills
General Nutrition Centers, Inc.
Genisoy Food Company
Georgia Peanut Commission
Giant Food LLC
GKI Foods Inc.
GloryBee Foods, Inc.
Grand Rapids Popcorn
The Hain Celestial Group, Inc.
Harry and David
Hershey Creamery Company
House of Flavors Ice Cream Company
Hudsonville Creamery and Ice Cream Co.
Hy-Vee Inc.
Ice Cream Specialties
Isagenics International LLC
ISS Research, LLC
Jenny Craig, Inc.
Jimmy’s Chocolate Chip Cookies, Inc.
Kellogg Company
Kemps LLC
Kerry Ingredients & Flavours
The Kroger Company
Landies Candies
LesserEvil Brand Snack Co.
Lovin Oven, LLC
Madelaine Chocolate Novelties, Inc.
Marathon Ventures, Inc.
McKee Foods Corporation
Mountain Man Nut & Fruit Company
Nash Finch
Nature’s Path Organic Foods
The Nut Bar Company
NutriSystem Inc.
Nutrition Research Group/Advanced Nutrient Science
Ocean Spray
Orchard Valley Harvest
Palmer Candy Company
Parker Products, Inc.
Pecan Deluxe Candy Company
Perry’s Ice Cream Company
Pierre’s Ice Cream Company
Prairie Farms Dairy
Premier Nutrition, Inc.
PriceRite Supermarkets
Publix Supermarkets
Purity Dairies
Rain Creek Baking Corporation
Ralcorp Frozen Bakery Products, Inc.
Ready Pac Foods, Inc.
Rucker’s Candy
Sara Lee North American Foodservice
Save-A-Lot Food Stores
Schwan’s Global Supply Chain, Inc.
ShopRite Supermarkets
Simbree Energy Foods
The South Bend Chocolate Company
Standard Candy Company
Stewart’s Shops
The Stop & Shop Supermarket Company
Supreme Protein, Inc.
Sweet Success Fundraising, Inc.
Thrift Products Co.
Trader Joe’s
Tropical Nut and Fruit Company
Turkey Hill Dairy
Umpqua Dairy Products Co.
Uncle Eddies Vegan Cookies
Unilever United States, Inc.
U.S. Army
Velvet Ice Cream
Weaver Popcorn Company
Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.
Weis Markets
Wells Dairy, Inc.
Werner Gourmet Meat Snacks Inc.
Whole Foods Market
WinCo Foods
Wonder Ice Cream Company
Zachary Confections, Inc.

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Vural K.
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Eric S.
Eric Straatsma8 years ago

The recall list is now up to 1,900 products.. 2/9/09

The top brass refused to testify in front of Congress, pleading the 5th... This does not sound like an innocent victim with accidental contamination..


Eric S.
Eric Straatsma8 years ago

So if it is NOT the rats and mice, why do federal laws and rules ALLOW rat and mice hair, feces and insect parts in peanut butter?

Why are these things normally found in peanut butter, some much more than others?

Once you grind it all up, it is hard to see, but my opinion is that this plant did have rats, mice, droppings, and cockroaches in there, plus potentially other stuff too...but ignored them.

The news report I heard today on MSNBC is that the plant KNEW it was contaminated but they wanted to make a profit, so they ground it up and sold it anyway. Why throw away tons of peanuts, just because a test came up positive?

How else would deadly salmonella not normally found in peanuts end up in peanut products?

Dirk Bakken
Dirk Bakken8 years ago

It's not the rats.
How many salomella infested rats(or roaches)woul'd it it take produce an epidemic of this scale? The salmonella contamination at this plant has occured over several years. Blaming it on cockroaches abd rats is to easy. There had to be some other method of contamination for this to occur.

Ghouse Mohammed
Ghouse Mohammed8 years ago

Is Peanut products good for Heat Patients?

Evelyn G.
Evelyn G.8 years ago

It is good to get this list from you so people can be protected. I will share this with the readers of my website so they can be alerted. Quite a few diabetics consume peanut butter regularly because it is one food item that has been recommended for them to eat as safe.

Evelyn Guzman
http://www.free-symptoms-of-diabetes-alert.com (If you want to visit, just click but if it doesn’t work, copy and paste it onto your browser.)

Poppy Miller
Poppy Miller8 years ago

My understanding is the roasting of the raw peanuts is what usually kills the salmonella. So, I would personally stay away from the raw ones right now. I love Jif and Smuckers PB and there have been no problems with either so far.

Veronica Peterson

So far, this is a list of the companies that have voluntarily recalled their peanut-related products. It's very possible that the list may grow...

Randolph D.
Randolph D8 years ago

I actually heard from a former worker at the now closed plant that it was rats AND roaches getting ground up in there with the peanuts for who knows how long. I'm a little shocked at Trader Joes ending up on that list. It makes me wonder just how many other of their products are just 3rd party labeling. And why isn't Safeway and Lucky's on that list? They do all kinds of house brand, 3rd party labeling.