Safety advocates want more testing at peanut plants

01/27/2009 | NYTimes.com

Peanut butter is thought to carry a low risk for salmonella because the bacteria is killed when the peanuts are roasted. But after a salmonella outbreak that might have contributed to eight deaths, food-safety advocates want more frequent inspections.

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