Peanut Butter recall impacts dozens of products

AP Photo
AP Photo

Portales, N.M. - A peanut butter recall impacts more than just jars of peanut butter.

Whole Foods is recalling as many as 10 items sold in its stores because of the recall.

Some of the items use the recalled peanut butter as an ingredient.

Click here for a list of some of the recalled items sold at Whole Foods stores.

CNN reports the following information concerning additional items sold in Whole Foods stores that are impacted by the recall.

Check the cookie jar too: Whole Foods has recalled its 3-oz. peanut butter cookies and 3-oz. peanut butter chocolate chunk cookies (PLU 47963) sold in its self-serve pastry case, and its mini peanut butter cookies sold in 12-pack paper bags (PLU 22096100000) due to possible Salmonella contamination from the Sunland, Inc., peanut butter used as an ingredient as well.

The recalled cookies were sold before September 29, 2012 in Whole Foods Market stores in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas.

Consumers with questions may call (512)-542-0060 during the hours of 10 am to 6 pm ET and those in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas may bring their receipt to the store of purchase for a full refund. The product should be discarded immediately.

New Mexico based Sunland Incorporated made the recalled peanut butter.

The product is being recalled because of possible salmonella contamination.