BATTLE CREEK Mich. Kellogg Co. said Monday that the Food and Drug Administration has verified that salmonella typhimurium was found in a package of Austin Quality Foods Toasty Crackers with Peanut Butter, one of several products the Battle Creek manufacturer voluntarily recalled earlier this month. The announcement by Kellogg Co. follows numerous recent notices of voluntary recalls by manufacturers of bakery, candy and ice cream products using bulk containers of peanut butter or ...

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