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Jif peanut butter: More products being recalled

These products containing Jif are being recalled.

Jif peanut butter recall.

Safeway Fresh Foods has issued a class 1 recall on their snack trays that contain Jif peanut butter.


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Jif peanut butter recall

Earlier this month there was a recall issued for Jif peanut butter due to a Salmonella outbreak.

This means that any other product that contains this peanut butter has to be recalled.

An article by the FDA says that Safeway Fresh Foods is now recalling their food trays due to them containing the recalled peanut butter.

The product being recalled is Quick Chek Apple and Peanut Butter cases.

The best by dates and the number of cases are being recalled are listed below

  • 6/8/2022 39 cases
  • 6/4/222 77 cases
  • 6/2/2022 45 cases
  • 6/1/2022 141 cases
  • 5/28/2022 76 cases
  • 5/26/2022 34 cases
  • 5/25/2022 117 cases
  • 5/21/2022 86 cases
  • 5/19/2022 38 cases
  • 5/18/2022 120 cases
  • 5/14/2022 36 cases
  • 5/12/2022 34 cases
  • 5/11/2022 108 cases
  • 5/7/2022 47 cases
  • 5/5/2022 31 cases
  • 5/4/2022 51 cases
  • 4/30/2022 53 cases
  • 4/28/2022 55 cases
  • 4/27/2022 56 cases

These trays were sold throughout New Jersey in Quick Chek stores.

So far there have been no reported cases of illness due to this product.

If you have purchased this product do not consume it, throw it away or return it.

Anyone with questions can call 215-518-1391.

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What is Salmonella?

Salmonella is an infection caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.

Sometimes an infection will cause no symptoms at all.

Symptoms that do pop up should only last a few days.

These symptoms will start to show within 8 to 72 hours

  • Diarrhea
  • Stomach Cramps
  • Fever
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Chills
  • Headache
  • Blood in stool
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