According to a latest press release published by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Trader Joe’s one of the largest retail chain of convenience stores has recalled Creamy Salted Valencia Peanut Butter after adequate evidence that prove that the dietary item is potentially contaminated with Salmonella.

Trader Joe’s one of the largest chains of dietary products started out in the era of 50s and since then it’s serving people nationwide in the various parts of the United States. While introducing the move the FDA has confirmed people safety is of utmost importance to us and we do believe that this peanut butter is unsafe for consumers. Viewing the importance and significance of immediate recall of contaminated food and dietary items it is mandatory to inform common people about the potential threats that the dietary product poses. “There is nothing more important to us than the health and safety of our customers and crew, and the quality of our products” quoted a company official.

With this recall the retail chain has issued an order to remove all those products that could have the possibility of Salmonella contamination from all store shelves. The recalled dietary product was distributed to Trader Joe’s stores all across the region of theUnited States. The product comes in a 16 ounce, plastic jar with an expiry date stamped below the lid. All the relevant information pertaining to the recall like code states lot number is mentioned in the recalled document submitted to the FDA.

After the establishment of the fact manufacturing, production and distribution of Valencia Peanut Butter Supplier were halted. The event seems to continue till FDA examines and investigates the whole thing. The FDA as well as the manufacturing company has made earnest request to American people to cooperate with the agencies and urged them not to consume the dietary product if they are in the possession of any such. The best way to do with that product is to either dispose of it or return it the nearest retails of Trader Joe’s. All returning of dietary products will be refunded. However those consumers and customers with some acute queries and questions could be communicated to Trader Joe’s Customer Relations at (626) 599-3817.

Salmonella is a micro organism that spreads through contaminated food and once in the body it could lead to various fatal and serious complications and body anomalies like bloody diarrhea, nausea, abdominal pain and sometimes fever too.

In rare cases however, Salmonella could enter into the blood stream of human body resulting into much severe physical anomalies like endocarditis, arterial infection and arthritis.

FDA and the manufacturer have also appealed to the common people to help in their endeavor of saving lives and any case or incidence should be handled consciously and meticulously.