Transcript for Peanut Butter Salmonella Recall Grows
6:00 pacific. A recall that began with peanut butter, sold at the grocery chain trader joe's, is widening after a salmonella outbreak. 30 people sick in 19 states so far. Most of them kids under the age of 10. Now, the company that supplied that peanut butter are recalling other nut products that are sold at some of the nation's biggest retailers. Let's bring in dr. Richard besser now. Rich, this recall includes 101 different products, including products that aren't peanut butter. Just products made with nuts. I wanted to throw everything out of my kitchen. That's a lot of products. It's covering a lot of different brands. You have to check the list to see if your products are there. For some kids, peanut butter is the main stay of their diet. Don't do that. We know a million people get salmonella poisoning every year. But kids under 10, what are the symptoms? You worry about children, the elderly, and anyone with immune problems. About 12 hours to 3 days after eating something that's contaminated, cramps, diarrhea, poisoning. If a child looks real sick, take them in. There are danger signs. High fever is one of those. Severe stomach pain. A child who can't take in Can't keep anything down. Listless, just lying around. If you see any blood coming out of anywhere, have them seen. Those can be signs of a severe infection. And those symptoms lost more than a day or so? If they last longer than a week, be seen. Rich besser, thanks so much. You can find a full list of all the recalled brands at goodmorningamerica.Com right here on yahoo! To rome, now.
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