Peanut Butter Product Recalls Affect New Hampshire
New Hampshire is not the only state affected by the recent outbreak of salmonella cases. 43 states and over 501 people have reported cases of salmonella poisoning due to tainted peanut butter.
Though the source has been found and recalls are topping out at over 200 products, be sure to double check any item you eat that contains peanut butter. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration adds new product recalls to this site as they become available. Before consuming any peanut butter food item please check the list.
Recent outbreaks of salmonella and E. coli highlight the dangers of mass produced food. Sadly, food is not the only product that has a history of causing harm.
From cribs to toys containing toxic levels of lead, we as consumers must be wary of any item we bring into our home. Children's products are meant to bring comfort and joy yet the list of toys too dangerous to play with grows by the day.
Recent legislation attempts to fix some of the testing problems related to kids products, yet the numerous recalls, illnesses and even deaths have made consumers wary of buying things for their children and homes. Who can blame them?
If you or your child has been adversely affected by a product, please contact us today. Only a lawyer who knows product liability can help you and prevent others from being harmed.