May 27, 2022 – Many companies are recalling food products made or sold with Jif peanut butter after Jif recalled 49 of its own products recently because of salmonella risk.

Some of the other products are sold in major retailers, including Walmart and Albertsons. The products listed so far on the FDA recall list include those made or distributed by:

  • AG Specialty Foods, including We Be PB & Jammin’ Snack Box
  • Egg and Cheese Curds Power Boxes distributed by Bix Produce Company
  • Euphoria Chocolate products
  • Fudgeamentals chocolate products
  • Del Monte products, including apples with peanut butter dip. Some of the products are sold in 7-Eleven stores.
  • 6.3-ounce Fresh Seasons Power Packs made by Taher Inc.
  • Garden Cut products with peanut butter dip
  • Mary’s Harvest peanut butter cups
  • More than a dozen Coblentz Chocolate Company products
  • Store-prepared items by Albertsons
  • Cargill products sold online and at the Wilbur Chocolate Retail Store in Lititz, PA
  • Wawa products

J.M. Smucker Co., Jif’s parent company, issued the recall last week for 49 products made at the company’s factory in Lexington, KY. A salmonella outbreak linked to Jif products has resulted in 16 illnesses and two hospitalizations across 12 states, according to the CDC.

People seeking a refund from Jif can submit a claim on a newly created webpage. The company says it plans to send coupons for recalled products.

Show Sources

FDA: “Recalls, Market Withdrawals, & Safety Alerts,” May 27, 2022.

CDC: “Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Peanut Butter.”

Jif: “Product Recall Form.”

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