Peanut Recalls Arrive in Montana

By Beacon Staff

BILLINGS – More than 1,400 peanut-related products have been pulled from Montana shelves, and officials expect the list of recalled items to grow.

Howard Reid of the Montana Public Health and Human Services Department says the good news is there still hasn’t been a confirmed case of peanut-related salmonella reported in Montana.

The bad news is the list of recalled products has grown so long it’s difficult to follow.

On Thursday, the federal Food and Drug Administration listed 2,014 recalled products on its Web site.

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