WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UPI) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says more possibly contaminated peanut products, including snack tray items sold by 1-800-Flowers, are being recalled.
The company said it is recalling Torn Ranch- and Martha Stewart-brand snacks containing dry roasted and honey roasted peanuts sold as snack tray products prior to Jan. 28. The nuts were supplied by the Peanut Corp. of America and might be contaminated with salmonella, bacteria that can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections.
The company said the recall doesn't affect any 1-800-Flowers.com Inc. products containing peanuts sold after Jan. 28.
Other recent peanut product recalls involving PCA-supplied peanuts, peanut butter and peanut paste included:
--The Seattle Chocolate Co. Inc.: Choxie-brand dark chocolate nut truffle meltaways sold nationwide at Target and SuperTarget stores.
--Durey Libby Edible Nuts Inc.: Durey Libby-, Snack Shack-, Amsterdam Gourmet- and West Bank Gourmet-brand honey roasted peanuts sold in bulk nationwide.
--Theo Chocolate Inc.: Theo-brand peanut butter "Big Daddy" peanut confections and Theo-brand 12-piece peanut collection boxes.
--Aspen Hills Inc.: Apple Mountain-, ABC-, Baker Jo's-, Gourmet- and Arizona Gold-brand pails of frozen cookie dough sold to fund-raising groups Sept. 23-Dec. 13.
--Grandpa Dons LLC: Grandpa's Oven-brand Santa Fe snack mix.
The FDA said major brands of peanut butter sold in jars are not affected by the recalls.