HHS, FDA, CDC Pool Peanut Butter Recall Resources into Social Media Site

The Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have joined their efforts to provide important information about the recall of certain peanut butter and peanut-containing products that are associated with the recent Salmonella Typhimurium outbreaks through a new social media Web page at www.cdc.gov/socialmedia.

The site provides many helpful tools and is designed to make it easy to obtain automatically updated information on the outbreak and the product recall. Resources for both consumers and partners are available, including:

  • Salmonella Typhimurium Outbreak Map widget
  • FDA products recall database widget
  • Updated mobile site content
  • CDC Podcasts
  • FDA Dos and Don'ts During the Peanut Salmonella Outbreak Video
  • CDC Health-e-Cards

Many of these resources are available in both English and Spanish. Visitors can also sign up to receive e-mail updates when new information is added to the Social Media Tools page.

Further information about the Salmonella Typhimurium outbreak and the product recall is also available at:

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