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More cookie dough recalled

January 29, 2009 |  8:26 am

Another wholesale company that distributed peanut butter products to California schools for fundraising is having its products recalled because they may be tainted with salmonella, state health officials said.

Dough-To-Go of Santa Clara is the most recent supplier whose goods may have been contaminated by a Georgia plant of the Peanut Corporation of America. The same plant made the peanut butter cookie dough that Sweet Success Fundraising of Ontario supplied to Southern California schools Dec. 8 to Jan. 8. That dough was recalled last week.

The potentially tainted Dough-To-Go frozen peanut butter cookies and frozen peanut butter cookie dough was sold by school fundraising groups from August 2008 to Jan. 16 in dozens of California counties. For information, go to state Department of Public Health's website.

-- Corina Knoll

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