http://consumerist.com/2009/01/19/another-peanut-butter-recall-wal-mart/

Another peanut butter recall: Wal-Mart Bakery Brand Peanut Butter Cookies.

As Salmonella Recall Expands, FDA Warns Consumers To "Postpone Eating" Many Peanut Butter Products

As Salmonella Recall Expands, FDA Warns Consumers To "Postpone Eating" Many Peanut Butter Products

The FDA still hasn’t tracked down all that yummy salmonella-contaminated peanut butter, and until they do, they want consumers to stop eating all “commercially-prepared or manufactured peanut butter-containing products and institutionally-served peanut butter.” No, this doesn’t mean the jar of Skippy on your shelf, but it does seem to cover cookies, cakes, and ice cream; pretty much any shrink-wrapped peanut butter snack.

Kellogg: "Please Don't Eat Our Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers"

Kellogg: "Please Don't Eat Our Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers"

Can’t make it to your local prison, hospital, or school cafeteria to get in on this year’s peanut butter salmonella craze? Kellogg may have you covered at the nearest snack vending machine. The company has announced that it doesn’t want anyone eating its Keebler and Austin brand peanut butter crackers right now while it investigates whether they’re action packed with salmonella stowaways.

Salmonella Peanut Butter Explains Some, But Not All Illnesses

Salmonella Peanut Butter Explains Some, But Not All Illnesses

For those of you following along with the 3-month-long salmonella outbreak — the Minnesota Department of Health has confirmed that the strain of salmonella in the commercial peanut butter is the same as the one causing the outbreak.

There's Salmonella In The Peanut Butter… Again

There's Salmonella In The Peanut Butter… Again

For the past three months or so, the FDA and the CDC have been working to find the source of an outbreak of salmonella typhimurium that has sickened at least 400 people nationwide. Now the Minnesota Department of Health thinks they may have found the answer in a jar of institutional peanut butter not sold to the public.

Peanut Butter, Dessert Of The Year

Peanut Butter, Dessert Of The Year

You know things are bad when Bon Appetit names “peanut butter” as “dessert of the year.” Wait ’til you see what fancy restaurants are doing with Hamburger Helper! [Bon Appetit] (Photo: Derek Purdy)

'No Need To Stir' Skippy Natural Peanut Butter Requires Stirring, Or A Straw

'No Need To Stir' Skippy Natural Peanut Butter Requires Stirring, Or A Straw

As any convenience-seeking American knows, the bane of natural peanut butter is its tendency to separate into an unspreadable sludge of crushed peanut and an eager-to-spill pond of oil. You have to stir the two together to get back to the peanut butter texture you’ve come to expect from the hybridized brands. Skippy says they’ve solved the problem, but based on the two jars one customer bought, they’re plain nuts (wocka wocka!).

Grocery Shrink Ray Zaps Skippy Natural Peanut Butter

Grocery Shrink Ray Zaps Skippy Natural Peanut Butter

Pew! Pew! Grocery Shrink Ray zapped Skippy Natural Peanut Butter. You know what’s really going to be something? When they start raising the prices on all the products they shrunk. Then we’ll see some real purchasing power loss.

Wal-Mart Selling More Peanut Butter And Spaghetti, People Eating Pet Food Not Far Off?

Wal-Mart Selling More Peanut Butter And Spaghetti, People Eating Pet Food Not Far Off?

Wal-Mart reports a significant uptick in peanut…

Class Action Filed Against ConAgra For The Great Peanut Butter Recall Of 2007

Class Action Filed Against ConAgra For The Great Peanut Butter Recall Of 2007

39 individuals who contracted salmonella after consuming Peter Pan and Great Value peanut butter have slapped ConAgra with a $5 million class action suit. An additional 2,200 people have expressed interest in joining the action against the agribusiness giant. From the Daily Report:

Peter Pan Peanut Butter Coming Back For Your Children!

Peter Pan Peanut Butter Coming Back For Your Children!

After several months of absence from store shelves due to a much-publicized salmonella problem, Peter Pan brand peanut butter is back, this time with a “100% satisfaction guarantee” and a redesigned container. The new batches are coming from a different production facility than the one that led to 625 Peter Pan-related salmonella infections in February of this year. So how does ConAgra Foods protect their brand and spin the product re-launch without reminding consumers why there needs to be a re-launch in the first place?

200 More Sickened by Recalled Salmonella Peanut Butter

200 More Sickened by Recalled Salmonella Peanut Butter

Look, we don’t know how else to say this. Throw away the m*therf***ing recalled peanut butter! You’re making us crazy! Stop getting sick! STOP IT!

FDA Knew About Tainted Peanut Butter And Spinach But Was Too Poor To Act

FDA Knew About Tainted Peanut Butter And Spinach But Was Too Poor To Act

Remember that spinach and peanut butter that got recalled? Turns out the FDA knew of the dangers to the food supply for years but, understaffed and underfunded, they only took tiny steps to address the problems.

Leaky Roof Blamed For Salmonella Peanut Butter

Leaky Roof Blamed For Salmonella Peanut Butter

Childs said the company traced the salmonella outbreak to three problems at its Sylvester, Ga., plant last August.

Salmonella Peanut Butter Still Stalking Nation's Children

Salmonella Peanut Butter Still Stalking Nation's Children

People. You need to toss your Peter Pan or Great Value brand peanut butter if the jar says “2111” on it. The plant that produced the peanut butter has been closed for 3 weeks, but cases of salmonella linked to the peanut butter continue to rise.

The Great Peanut Butter Recall of 2007

The Great Peanut Butter Recall of 2007

The typical conversation goes something like this:

Recall: Salmonella In Peter Pan Peanut Butter

Recall: Salmonella In Peter Pan Peanut Butter

Lids of jars with a product code beginning “2111” can be returned to ConAgra for a refund, the company said.