ROCKVILLE Md. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is urging manufacturers, institutions and foodservice operators that use bulk peanut butter or peanut paste from Peanut Corp. of America to hold back products made from those substances because of potential contamination by salmonella typhimurium. Officials of the FDA and federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday said a PCA plant in Georgia is “a likely source” of salmonella that so far has been linked to 453 ...

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