Now it's some Little Debbie peanut butter crackers that are being recalled because there's a chance of salmonella contamination.
That's the word Sunday from McKee Foods Corp. of Collegedale, Tenn.
The voluntary recall covers all sizes of two kinds of sandwich crackers -- Little Debbie peanut butter toasty crackers and Little Debbie peanut butter cheese crackers.
The company says no other Little Debbie products are involved in the recall. McKee says it acted because the crackers have the potential to be contaminated.
Federal health officials have urged people to avoid eating cookies, cakes, ice cream and other foods that contain peanut butter until more is known about a deadly outbreak of salmonella contamination.
Officials are focusing on peanut paste, as well as peanut butter, produced at Georgia facility owned by Peanut Corp. of America.
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