What initially seemed like a fairly isolated incident has spread across the food chain. Now, a number of dairy products that contain peanut butter are under voluntary recall over Salmonella-contamination concerns.
Turkey Hill Dairy in Pennsylvania is one of the latest companies to announce a voluntary product recall because several of its ice cream and frozen yogurt items contain ingredients that were sold by the Peanut Corporation of America, the company linked to the recent salmonella outbreak.
For more information, read this notice from Turkey Hill Dairy and this news release.
And, Umpqua Dairy Products in Oregon voluntarily recalled certain lot codes of its ice cream because they have the potential to be contaminated with salmonella. The products were manufactured using peanuts recalled by Peanut Corporation of America. For more information on that recall, click here.