JIF peanut butter was recently involved in a major recall for a salmonella outbreak. Over 50 products were pulled.
This left many Americans wondering what to do with their unused JIF products and how to get a refund.
While many people may have consumed a jar from the impacted batch, it doesn’t mean they’re all contaminated.
You still need to discard the product in case it is contaminated.
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Is JIF offering a refund for their contaminated peanut butter?
While many are asking how they can get a refund, there doesn’t appear to be a way.
Usually for a recall, you’re refunded or have the product replaced by the company.
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In JIF’s case, the FDA and the official recall page offer no information for obtaining a refund.
There was a statement that there would be a review to send coupons for replacement products, but no official refund.
This product was recalled voluntarily by the company, meaning it’s their decision to refund or not.
The following stores have issued refunds for those returning impacted JIF products due to recall
- Sam’s Club
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