CDC warns of salmonella outbreak in peanut butter

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned citizens today, Saturday, to check their jars of Jif brand peanut butter in their cupboards since some batches were withdrawn because they were associated with an outbreak of salmonella.

“Many types and sizes have been withdrawn, including creamy, crunchy, natural and reduced fat,” the health agency said in its notice, indicating that the bottles with batch codes 1274425 to 2140425 They were the ones harmed.

According to preliminary information, 14 people in 12 jurisdictions in the United States have become ill after consuming peanut butter.

“Do not consume any recalled Jif brand name butter. Throw it in the trash, ”said the CDC, while calling to clean all surfaces and utensils that had contact with the product.

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