A five-year-old girl from New Mexico has become the 36th confirmed victim of a Salmonella Bredeney outbreak linked to contaminated peanut products. In its latest outbreak update – published October 15 – the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 35 cases in 19 states, not including New Mexico. But on Friday the New Mexico Department of Health announced that a five-year-old girl from Roosevelt County had contracted a Salmonella infection linked to the outbreak. The girl “ate multiple products containing peanut butter,” according to the press release. The agency did not specify which products these were. Products that have been linked to this recall include both nut butters and whole peanuts produced by Sunland, Inc. of Portales, New Mexico. Environmental samples taken from both the company’s peanut production facility and peanut butter production facility have tested positive for the outbreak strain of the bacteria. A full list of products subject to this recall is available here. The girl was not hospitalized and recovered from her illness, reported The Republic.