Fourteen schools in Placer and Sacramento counties may have used potentially contaminated frozen peanut butter cookies and cookie dough produced by Dough-To-Go Inc. of Santa Clara as part of school fundraising activities, the California Department of Health announced today.
The announcement is an expansion of a warning linked to the recent national salmonella outbreak that caused eight deaths and hundreds of illnesses in 43 states. The peanut butter products sold by area schools carry the Dough-To-Go or Jane Dough labels and were sold between August 2008 and Jan. 16, 2009.
Harmony Resources Fundraising provided the product to Cordova High in the Folsom Cordova Unified School District, Franklin and Laguna Creek high schools in Elk Grove Unified, Larchmont Elementary in Twin Rivers Unified, Genevieve Didion Elementary in Sacramento City Unified, Del Oro High in the Loomis Union School District, Sierra Gardens School in Roseville City Unified and Spring View Middle and Whitney High schools in Rocklin Unified.
Blue Ribbon Fundraising provided the product to Orchard Elementary in Twin Rivers Unified, the Shalom School and St. Robert School in Sacramento County, the Olive Grove Elementary in Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District and the Valley Springs Church in Roseville.
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