Wine.com Announces Voluntary Recall of Six Gift Baskets Containing Peanuts

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – 2/23/2009

Wine.com announced today a voluntary recall of six (6) gift
baskets as a precautionary step. These gift baskets contain peanuts
supplied by Torn Ranch of Novato, CA which may contain peanuts from
Peanut Corporation of America (PCA). PCA has announced the expansion of
a voluntary recall covering all peanut products made in their Blakely,
Georgia plant since Jan. 1, 2007, because they have potential to be
contaminated with Salmonella, a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial
infection.

The Wine.com products affected by this recall are:

Item No: 75653 Product Name: Sonoma's Bountiful Vineyard Peanut
Products: Torn Ranch Deluxe Mixed Nuts, a 5oz tin with gold lid and
purple label

Item No: 83369 Product Name: Executive Selection Peanut Products:
Torn Ranch Deluxe Mixed Nuts, a 5oz tin with gold lid and purple label

Item No: 75675 Product Name: Elegant Extravaganza Peanut Products:
Torn Ranch Honey Roasted Peanuts, a 5 oz tin with gold lid and brown
label

Item No: 75681 Product Name: Simply Indulgent Peanut Products: Torn
Ranch Honey Roasted Peanuts, a 5 oz tin with gold lid and brown label

Item No: 78052 Product Name: California Collection Peanut Products:
Torn Ranch Honey Roasted Peanuts, a 5 oz tin with gold lid and brown
label

Item No: 80902 Product Name: BV Century Cellars Duet Peanut
Products: Torn Ranch Honey Roasted Peanuts, a 5 oz tin with gold lid and
brown label

Torn Ranch has indicated that they are not aware of any reported
cases of illness related to these products. Wine.com has not received
any reports of illness connected to the products listed above. The
company is undertaking this voluntary recall to proceed with utmost
caution.

Wine.com apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause and is
committed to quality products and the safety of their customers.
Wine.com asks that you or your gift recipients discard these products
immediately or contact the company at 1-800-592-5870 to arrange return
of the peanut products and receive a refund.

For further information about the PCA recall, visit the Food and Drug
Administration online at www.fda.gov. For more information on
Salmonella, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention’s Website at www.cdc.gov.

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