Latest Nationwide Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Peanut Butter Made By Georgia Corporation

Posted On January 30th, 2009 By CSSFIRM.COM

On January 9, 2009, the Minnesota Department of Health issued a product advisory after preliminary laboratory testing indicated the presence of Salmonella bacteria in a 5-pound container of King Nut brand creamy peanut butter. The bacteria found in the peanut butter was identical to the strain of Salmonella bacteria implicated in the national outbreak that has sickened almost 400 people in 42 states. The contaminated peanut butter was made by Peanut Corporation of America, a Georgia corporation with plants in Georgia, Virginia, and Texas. King Nut issued a recall of all peanut butter distributed under the “King Nut” label on January 10, 2009.

Are you one of the almost 400 people diagnosed with Salmonella Typhimurium since September of 2008? Have you contracted Salmonella after eating King Nut peanut butter? If so you might be entitled to compensation for your injuries and for your suffering. Call us immediately or click here to ensure your rights are protected.

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