This Costco Product Is Part of The Huge Peanut Butter Recall
Jif peanut butter was related to a Salmonella outbreak in the United States in late May, according to reports. The firm's creamy, crunchy, natural, no sugar added, and other products were quickly recalled, but the inquiry was still ongoing.
Since then, numerous more products have been added to the list because they contain potentially dangerous peanut butter, the most recent of which is a Costco item.
The warehouse chain uses membership numbers to track all things purchased and may so notify customers if a product they purchased is recalled. The Dorm Room Snack Box, which was sold between April 20 and May 23, 2022, is an example of these.
This package contains 70 snacks from various brands and products, including four 1.5 oz. Jif To Go Peanut Butter Dipping Cups.
Due to possible Salmonella contamination, the J.M. Smucker Company and the FDA have issued a voluntary recall of specific Jif Peanut Butter products.
The business that built the package, Green Rabbit Holdings, Inc., states in the notice that anyone who has it should not eat the Jif To Go peanut butter packs and should either throw them away or return them to Costco for a refund.
Unfortunately, this isn't the only Costco peanut butter product affected by the recall. Jars that were part of the original recall were sold at warehouses around the country.
Ice cream, snack packs, bread, bakery items, fudge, and other foods sold at Walmart, Walgreens, Giant Eagle, and other supermarket stores have all been recalled for having peanut butter.
If you suspect you have a product that is part of the Jif peanut butter recall, the business has set up a Recall Contact Form to help expedite support for concerned customers.
While it's critical to dispose of or return a recalled item, it's also critical to ensure that the kitchen is safe once it's been removed.
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