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    Salmonella can find its way into peanut butter during the processing of peanuts. This can happen if the peanuts become contaminated with Salmonella bacteria, often through contact with contaminated water, soil, or animal feces during growing, harvesting, or processing. If the peanuts are not properly cleaned and roasted, the Salmonella bacteria can survive and multiply, leading to contamination of the peanut butter. Peanut butter manufacturers need to follow strict hygiene and sanitation practices to prevent the introduction and spread of Salmonella during processing.

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