Consumers Confused About Peanut Recall, Study Shows

Though 93% of Americans have heard or read about the recall of peanut products, one in four of those who are aware mistakenly believe that major national brands of peanut butter are involved, according to a Harvard Opinion Research Program study. Likewise, more than half of that 93% is confused about the categories of product affected by the recall.

BOSTON, Mass. — Though 93% of Americans have heard or read about the recall of peanut products, one in four of those who are aware mistakenly believe that major national brands of peanut butter are involved, according to a Harvard Opinion Research Program study.

Likewise, more than half of that 93% is confused about the categories of product affected by the recall. Only 49% of those who are aware know that snack bars are included; other categories include cakes, brownies and co

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