Now recalls a range of candies and snacks made with Jif peanut butter

Candies, trail mix and other snacks made with remembered Jif peanut butter are among the growing number of products being withdrawn from stores and vending machines across the country as federal health officials investigate a salmonella outbreak in several states.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a public safety alert on Monday stating that at least 14 people from 12 states had been infected and two had been hospitalized. “Four of the five people surveyed said they ate different types of Jif peanut butter before they got sick,” the agency said.

JM Smucker Co. at the end of last week recalled many types of Jif brand peanut butter sold throughout the US and Canada, including creamy, crunchy, natural and reduced fat. The Salmonella Senftenberg strain was found at a JM Smucker factory in Lexington, Kentucky, according to the Food and Drug Administration.

The Apple & Peanut Butter Cup has been recalled because it contains Jif.

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The actual number of patients and affected states is likely to be higher as some people recover without being tested, according to the CDC. “This product has a very long shelf life, so be sure to check any Jif peanut butter you have at home to make sure it has not been recalled,” he added.

Salmonella can cause symptoms such as fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain. It can be serious and sometimes fatal for children, as well as the weak and the elderly. Most people with salmonella develop symptoms between six hours and six days after being exposed to the bacteria.

All recall peanut butter contains the numbers 1274425-2140425, with “425” at the end of the first seven digits.

Product recalled.


In addition to Jif jars, snacks containing the recalled peanut butter are now attracting regulatory control.

New York’s Melville Fudgeamentals recalls the Walmart fondant made from Jif peanut butter and sold in stores across the country, the company said in a statement released by the FDA on Wednesday.

Fresh Del Monte recalls fresh fruit and vegetable products containing ready-to-eat Jif peanut butter sold by retailers, including 7-Eleven nationwide, the Florida-based company said in a separate statement.

Product recalled.

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Coblentz Chocolate Co. Ohio-based Walnut Creek recalls sweets such as chocolate, fudge, caramel corn and various creams containing the reclaimed Jif peanut butter sold nationwide from November 12, 2021 to May 21, 2022. The company stopped using Jif butter. said Coblentz in a recall announcement released by the FDA on Tuesday.

Indianapolis-based Garden Cut on Tuesday recalled products that combine apple slices or shredded celery with peanut butter and are distributed in seven states: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia.

Product recalled.

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Maryland Harvest Fresh Foods of Portland, Oregon recalled apple and celery slices on Tuesday along with 1.5-ounce portions of Jif To Go creamy peanut butter that were distributed to stores in two states – Oregon and Washington.

Reminded the product Jif peanut butter.

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Texas Spring-based Country Fresh recalls a range of fresh fruit snack trays and fruit snack cups containing the reclaimed Jif peanut butter and sold under brands such as Giant, Market32, Snack Fresh, Snack Sensations and Wegmans.

The products were sold by retailers in Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Jersey, New Jersey, New Jersey, New Jersey, New Jersey, New Jersey. and West Virginia, Country Fresh said.

Product recalled.

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Cargill announced Monday that it is recalling 795 boxes of 8 ounces of caramel and other snacks made with recalled peanut butter, according to an announcement released by the FDA.

This includes Ritz crackers with peanut butter and dark chocolate, peanut butter eggs and fondant sold locally through the Wilbur Chocolate retail store in Lititz, Pennsylvania and online at

Recall the “Fresh Seasons Power Packs” that contain Jif peanut butter.

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Taher Inc. from Plymouth, Minnesota, recalls 6.3 ounce packages of “Fresh Seasons Power Packs” containing potentially contaminated Jif peanut butter. The packages were sold at retail and vending machines in Minnesota and West Wisconsin, according to the company.

Albertsons Companies announced that it was recalling 11 in-store products, including mini peanut butter cream pies and sliced ​​peanut butter apples sold in stores such as ACME, Albertsons, Eagle, Jewel-Osco, Safeway Tom Thumb and Vons (see full list of products and stores here).

Example of a product label that has been revoked.

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Meanwhile, the Giant Eagle recalls Branded GetGo apple slices with peanut butter sold May 13 at GetGo Stations in Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The snacks have the code UPC: 30034 93770 6 and the best dates until May 29, 2022.

The CDC estimates that approximately 1.3 million Americans become infected with salmonella each year, with 26,500 hospitalized and 420 dying as a result.

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