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Peanut Butter Recall Expands to Two Other Brands

The FDA has learned that ConAgra sent, possibly contaminated, bulk Peter Pan peanut butter to another plant to produce several other types of toppings.  These brands have been recalled and are no longer being sold, however, some consumers may still have these products in there home and should discard them immediately.  Consumers can contact the store where the product was purchased if they are unsure if their product contains the recalled peanut butter topping. 

The bulk peanut butter was used to make to make the following toppings:

Sonic Brand Ready-To-Use Peanut Butter Topping in 6 lb. 10.5 oz cans.  Sonic outlets used the topping until 2/16/07, when they product was recalled.  The topping was used in Sonic Peanut Butter Shake, Peanut Butter Fudge Shake, Peanut Butter Sundae, and Peanut Butter Fudge Sundae.

Carvel Peanut Butter Topping in 6 lb. 10 oz. cans. Carvel used the topping until 2/16/07, when the product was recalled.  The topping was used in Carvel ice cream products: Chocolate Peanut Butter, Peanut Butter & Jelly, Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Sundae Dasher, and any other customized products containing the Peanut Butter Topping, including peanut butter flavored ice cream in ice cream cakes.

J. Hunger for Smith Peanut Butter Dessert Topping in 6 lb. 10 oz. cans.  This topping may be used by retail and restaurant outlets throughout the United States but is not available for direct purchase by the public.

The FDA will provide updates on recalled products, including any other products that may have been made with potentially contaminated peanut butter and distributed to consumers.

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