SEATTLE Starbucks Corp. has temporarily pulled all products containing peanut butter from stores in the United States and Canada after a peanut butter manufacturer was linked to an outbreak of salmonella. The decision to pull the peanut butter products on Jan. 20 was a precautionary measure. Starbucks officials said Monday they have no reason to believe the coffeehouse chain’s products contained the peanut butter in question. The manufacturer linked to the outbreak, Peanut Corp. of ...

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