Many Products Containing Peanut Butter Have Now Been Recalled. Here’s What You Need To Know.

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You just had to check your cabinets and cupboards for recalled Jif Peanut Butter that might have been tainted with Salmonella.

But, just wait. There’s more.

Many snacks and sweet treats use Jif Peanut Butter as an ingredient. It turns out, you need to check these items as well.

Chocolate, fudge, caramel corn, trail mix, ready-to-eat Jif snack packs, and certain candies are among the things you need to look at.

Some of these things you would never think to check during a peanut butter recall, right?

It is possible that the tainted items were purchased at grocery stores, convenient stores, or even vending machines.

Recall Issued On Jif Peanut Butter Products

Fudgeamentals of Melville, New York is issuing a voluntary recall on their Walmart-branded fudge made with Jif peanut butter. These fudge items were available at stores across the U.S., and came in both 8 oz and 16 oz plastic trays or containers.

Fresh Del Monte is issuing a Voluntarily recall on select ready-to-eat products. These products include fresh-cut fruit and vegetable products that contain Ready-To-Eat Jif Peanut Butter.

The possible infected items were sold in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. 

Coblentz Chocolate Company is recalling select peanut butter products. These products include chocolate, fudge, caramel corn, and assorted creams containing the recalled Jif peanut butter.

Make sure to check your dates, becauses these products were sold nationwide between November 12, 2021, and May 21, 2022. 

Garden Cut, LLC is recalling snack cups containing Jif Peanut Butter. These include apple wedges and celery bites that contained Ready-To-Eat Jif Peanut Butter.

Mary’s Harvest Fresh Foods of Portland, Oregon is recalling products containing apples and celery with Ready-To-Eat Jif Peanut Butter. These items were sold in only two states: Washington and Oregon.

Many Ready-To-Eat Jif Peanut Butter Products Are Included In The Recall

Country Fresh is voluntarily recalling several snack packs that include Ready-To-Eat Jif Peanut Butter. The products in question were sold in the south and on the East Coast. States included in this recall are Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Vermont, Washington, D.C., and West Virginia.

The products might be under the brand name Giant, Market32, Snack Fresh, Snack Sensations, or Wegmans.

Cargill is voluntarily recalling 795, 8 oz boxes of product containing Jif Peanut Butter. The products in question are both milk and dark chocolate-covered peanut butter Ritz crackers, peanut butter meltaways, peanut butter eggs, and fudge. These were sold locally through the Wilbur Chocolate retail store in Lititz, Pennsylvania, and online at

Stick with me. We aren’t done quite yet.

Taher Inc. of Plymouth, MN, is recalling 6.3 ounce packages of “Fresh Seasons Power Packs” that contain Ready-To-Eat Jif Peanut Butter.

Albertsons Companies is voluntarily recalling 11 different store prepared products. See the list below.

These products were sold at Albertsons, Safeway, Lucky, Haggen, Carrs-Safeway, Eagle, Tom Thumb, United, Amigos, Market Street, Albertsons Market, Andronico’s Community Markets, Vons, Pak ‘N Save, Shaw’s, Star Market, Randalls, Vons, Jewel-Osco, ACME, King’s and Balducci’s.

Many Of The Jif Peanut Butter Recalled Products Contain Apples Or Celery

Giant Eagle is recalling packaged apple slices with Jif Peanut Butter dip. These packages are branded as GetGo, and were sold in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia and Indiana.

Giant Eagle said the impacted product was sold in GetGo locations through May 13 and can be identified by the UPC 30034 93770 6 and includes best if used by dates through May 29. 


According to the CDC website, 14 people have been confirmed to have gotten sick from the tainted peanut butter.

The true number of sick people is likely higher than the number reported, and the outbreak may not be limited to the states with known illnesses. This is because some people recover without medical care and are not tested for

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

In fact, several of my friends have mentioned having digestive issues after snacking on peanut butter. They didn’t put two and two together until AFTER the recall was announced.

Make sure and check your supplies of EVERYTHING containing peanut butter, and throw out anything that might be contaminated.

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