WASHINGTON, Feb. 9 (UPI) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says the ever-expanding recall involving possibly contaminated peanut products expanded yet again during the weekend.
The Peanut Corp. of American, which operated the Georgia plant where the contamination occurred, said some jars and cans of its peanuts manufactured during 2007 might be contaminated. That list includes roasted, unsalted, honey roasted, ballpark style and Robinson Crusoe Virginia style peanuts sold under the Casey's, Parnell's Pride, Reggie and Robinson Crusoe labels at 99 Cent Stuff, 99 Cents Only, Dollar General and Dollar Tree stores nationwide.
Other recent recalls included:
-- Omaha Steaks: Chocolate bridge mix candy.
-- Fannie May Confections Inc.: Bridge mix and no sugar added milk chocolate covered peanuts.
--The Popcorn Factory: Select popcorn products containing peanut seasonings.
-- Nassau Candy: Chocolate peanut products.
-- Shapiro Produce: J.J. Kelly-brand snacks.
-- Belfonte Ice Cream and Dairy Foods Co.: Ice cream products containing peanuts.
-- House of Spices Inc. of India: Laxmi hot and spicy peanuts.
-- Panos Brands LLC: Ka-Me-brand green tea pumpkin seed snack mix.
-- Mountain Man Nut and Fruit Co.: Paddlewheel-brand trail mix, sweet explosion snack mix, honey roast peanuts and special mixed nuts.
-- Farley and Slathers Candy Co.: select peanut products.
-- Aqua Star: Shrimp appetizer due to undeclared peanut products.
--The Christie Cookie Co.: Certain lots of peanut butter cookie dough.
-- Valley Services Inc.: Emergency Shelf-brand stable meals.
--The Coblentz Chocolate Co.: Chocolate fancy fruit and nut mix.
The recalls do not include major brands of jarred peanut butter.
A complete listing of the recalled peanut products is available from the FDA at http://www.fda.gov/opacom/7alerts.html.