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More Washington products recalled for peanuts

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SPOKANE, Wash. - More products made in Washington have been recalled because they contain peanuts that may be contaminated with salmonella.

More Information

- From the FDA: Recall of Products Containing Peanut Butter
- Search combined list of recalled products here
- Contact the FDA at 1-888-SAFEFOOD
- Contact the CDC at 1-800-CDC-INFO
- Products determined to be safe at the American Peanut Council

Recalls reported by the Food and Drug Administration include raw and roasted peanuts and peanut butter distributed at Highland Health Foods, Kennewick, and Richland Health Foods, Richland.

Roman Meal Co. of Tacoma is recalling its Roman Meal Whole Grain & Fruit Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Snack Bars. The bars were sold online and at stores in Iowa and California.

Erin Baker's Wholesome Baked Goods of Bellingham is expanding its recall to include more code dates and several other products.

The items were sold nationwide.

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