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August 23, 2007

Albany -- Peter Pan Peanut Butter is back on grocery store shelves in Albany, more than six months after it was recalled because of salmonella contamination.
 
We found both the 18 ounce and 28 ounce jars at the Piggly Wiggly Grocery Store on Westover Boulevard.  Publix also has restocked the product. 

ConAgra's Sylvester plant resumed production of Peter Pan earlier this month after more than $15 million in renovations that replaced the plant's roof and sprinkler system.  During its absence Peter Pan got a makeover and a new jar. 

More than 600 people were sickened nationwide when salmonella bacteria got into jars processed in Sylvester.

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