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In our news wrap Sunday, President Biden is in Tokyo after wrapping up a three-day visit to Seoul, concerns grow over the spread of the monkeypox virus, Poland's president addressed Ukraine's parliament, Pennsylvania's Democratic nominee for Senate John Fetterman was…
Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods are among the major American retailers affected by a nut butter recall following a salmonella risk announced Tuesday by the Food and Drug Administration.
By Anya van Wagtendonk
In other news of the day, the FBI announced its investigation of more than 500 potential cases of corporate fraud, and tornadoes that swept through Oklahoma killed at least 8, destroying homes and businesses.
Federal investigators uncovered new details this week about conditions at a Georgia food factory that produced salmonella-tainted peanut products, which have killed eight and sickened hundreds more. Elizabeth Weise of USA Today updates the story.
Health officials are examining a salmonella outbreak linked to tainted peanut butter that has sickened nearly 500 people across 43 states and caused more than 100 product recalls. Betty Ann Bowser reports.
Recent recalls of peanut butter and pet food have focused public attention on food safety -- particularly imported items. Guests discuss current regulations and whether new rules are needed.
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