http://consumerist.com/2009/04/10/texas-has-issued-the-largest/

Texas has issued the largest fine in the state’s history to the peanut company blamed in the salmonella outbreak: $14.6 million. [AP]

How Does Salmonella Get Into Peanut Butter? Bird Feces.

How Does Salmonella Get Into Peanut Butter? Bird Feces.

Here’s something you probably don’t want to know, but we’re going to tell you anyway. Scientific American interviewed Michael Doyle, director of the Center for Food Safety at the University of Georgia to find out how salmonella got into peanut butter in the first place. His theory? Bird Feces.

FBI Raids Salmonella Peanut Butter Plant

FBI Raids Salmonella Peanut Butter Plant

FBI agents raided the Georgia plant suspected in the current salmonella peanut butter outbreak that has been linked to 600 illnesses and eight deaths in 43 states. The company is accused of knowingly shipping the tainted products.

FEMA Food May Contain Salmonella Peanut Butter

FEMA Food May Contain Salmonella Peanut Butter

Food kits distributed by FEMA as part of a disaster relief effort in Kentucky and Arkansas may contain some of that awesome salmonella peanut butter we’ve been hearing so much about.

http://consumerist.com/2009/02/02/the-fda-has-announced-more/

The FDA has announced more salmonella peanut butter recalls in the past few days — including items from Kroger and Walgreens. Click here for the updated info. Regular jars of peanut butter are not affected.

A Big List Of Peanut Butter Products That Don't Have Salmonella

A Big List Of Peanut Butter Products That Don't Have Salmonella

As our nation’s peanut tragedy continues, some of you must being getting tired of preparing your own peanut treats from scratch. For you people, the American Peanut Council has compiled a list of brands that DO NOT contain salmonella. You are so very welcome.

Salmonella Spares Nation's Critical Supply Of Do-Si-Dos

Salmonella Spares Nation's Critical Supply Of Do-Si-Dos

Fear not, cookie monsters, the Girl Scouts say their eponymous wares are not affected by the salmonella-infected peanut butter responsible for at least 453 illnesses and 5 deaths. [Press Release] (Photo: tracyhunter)

453 Illnesses, 5 Deaths Connected To Tainted Peanut Butter

453 Illnesses, 5 Deaths Connected To Tainted Peanut Butter

The peanut butter recalls just keep on coming — as an outbreak of salmonella that has sickened 453 people and contributed to 5 deaths in 43 states continues.

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

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