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It is understood that the outbreak caused 21 people in 17 states to be infected with Salmonella, and 4 people were hospitalized. According to the CDC report, there were no deaths.
FDA reported that the outbreak of Salmonella was related to some jif peanut butter products produced by j.m.smucker company in Lexington, Kentucky.
After the outbreak of the epidemic, j.m.smucker voluntarily recalled some jif brand peanut butter, and many other companies also recalled these peanut butter.
For more details, see:https://www.foodsafetynews.com/2022/07/cdc-says-17-state-jif-peanut-butter-salmonella-outbreak-is-over/