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“Since 2009, your firm has distributed lots of peanut butter and nut butters that were positive for Salmonella. The following is a list of products since 2009 that have been manufactured by your firm, have tested positive for Salmonella by your firm’s internal testing program, and were at least partially distributed by your firm.”

– FDA Form 483, issued October 29, 2012

It’s Peanut Corporation of America all over again.

Earlier today, FDA released a series of Enterprise Inspection Reports and Form 483 reports issued following inspections of Sunland Inc.‘s production facilities in Portales, New Mexico from as long ago as 2007.

The company, whose peanut butter was definitively linked to an outbreak of Salmonella Bredeney that sickened at least 41 people from 20 states, has known about its Salmonella contamination problems since at least June 2009. Somehow, this information escaped the notice of the company’s customers – including…

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