Relief Kits Contain Recalled Peanut Butter

ATLANTA (AP) - The Federal Emergency Management Agency says some
of the meal kits that have been given to people in Kentucky and
Arkansas affected by the winter storm may contain peanut butter
that has been recalled.
The agency said in a statement Wednesday that the kits were
manufactured by Red Cloud Food Services Inc. of South Elgin, Ill.,
under the Standing Rock label. FEMA says the kits may contain
peanut butter that's part of a precautionary national recall.
Products containing peanuts are being recalled because of possible
salmonella contamination.
The agency says people who have received commercial meal kits
should inspect the kits and immediately dispose of any peanut
butter packets.
More information is available at the Centers for Disease Control
Web site or by calling (800) 232-4636.


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