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    Casey's Recalls More Peanut Products

    Peanut clusters and salted peanuts were shipped to stores across its nine-state area.

    ANKENY, Iowa -- Following its nationwide recall last month of several peanut-containing products, Casey’s General Stores Inc. is now voluntarily recalling additional peanut items because they could possibly contain salmonella.

    The latest recalled items include:

    -- Casey’s Peanut Clusters, 7.0-ounce bags with UPC 98437 12001. Packages concerned have "Best Before" dates of 052708, 061708 012209, 020109, 030309, 032209, 032309 and 072709. The code date is shown on the back of the bag above the UPC code.

    -- Casey’s Salted Peanuts, 5.0-ounce bags with UPC 98437 21001. The packages concerned have "Best Before" dates of 092508, 100708, 101408, 102308, 020409, 030209, 031609, 040609, 042509, 051209, 040609, 052609, 070809 and 080409.

    These products were shipped to Casey’s stores in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana. The retailer said it initiated the recall because these items used peanuts sourced from Peanut Corp. of America (PCA). PCA's expanded recall now includes all peanuts and peanut-related products from PCA's Blakely, Ga., and Plainview, Texas, plants from January 2007 to present.

    Casey’s has not received any consumer illness complaints associated with its products, but is taking precautionary steps, including removing the impacted products from retail store shelves and the entire distribution system. Consumers who have purchased the recalled products should return them to the store where they were purchased for a full refund.

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