Which peanut butter has a recall?

Which peanut butter has a recall?

Hormel is recalling about 60,000 jars of Skippy peanut butter over concerns that a “limited number” could contain stainless steel fragments from an errant piece of manufacturing equipment, the food processing giant announced.

What year was the peanut butter recall?

In 2007, the company recalled all the peanut butter it had sold since 2004. By then, most of it had been eaten.

Why did they change Jif peanut butter?

After Procter & Gamble purchased a peanut butter brand called Big Top from a Kentucky company, they revamped the brand by adding sugar and molasses, included oils other than peanut oil in the recipe, and branded the new concoction Jif (via The New Yorker).

How did the PCA peanut butter get salmonella?

Salmonella resembling the outbreak strain was isolated by a private laboratory from recalled dog biscuits from this dog’s household. On January 28, 2009, PCA announced a voluntary recall of all peanuts and peanut products processed in its Blakely, Georgia facility since January 1, 2007.

Which Skippy peanut butter has been recalled?

Skippy Reduced Fat Creamy Peanut Butter Spread
The recall involves the following products: Skippy Reduced Fat Creamy Peanut Butter Spread (40-ounce jars) with the UPC code 37600-10520 and “best by” dates of May0423 and May0523 (located on the lid).

Where is the expiration date on Skippy peanut butter?

How do I know when SKIPPY® Peanut Butter expires? You can find the “Best By” date printed on the lid!

Why was Peter Pan peanut butter recalled?

Get a head start on the morning’s top stories. In 2007, a salmonella outbreak blamed for sickening at least 625 people in 47 states was traced to the Sylvester, Georgia, plant where ConAgra made Peter Pan and Great Value peanut butter. The company recalled all of its peanut butter that had been manufactured since 2004.

Is Jif peanut butter discontinued?

Is it being discontinued? Unfortunately our Jif Peanut Powder has been discontinued. We’ll be sure to let our team know that you miss it. Please bring it back!

Was Jif ever peanut butter?

But Jiffy peanut butter never existed “Jif was never named Jiffy,” a representative from the J.M. Smucker Company told INSIDER.

Can peanut butter be contaminated?

15, 2007 — The FDA is warning people not to eat certain jars of Peter Pan or Great Value peanut butter. The peanut butter may be contaminated with salmonella, bacteria that cause food poisoning.