Peanut-butter-lovers beware – your favorite spread may contain metal

Connoisseurs of peanut butter beware!


There’s been a long-running feud between Jeff’s loyalists and Skippy captains, but it looks like fans of the next brand might have to test their jars before diving.

Skipy Foods has withdrawn more than 160,000 pounds (yes, pounds) of peanut butter because pieces of steel from production equipment at the company’s factory were found in certain jars.

“Skippy Foods, LLC, with great care and emphasis on the quality of its products, is withdrawing to ensure that consumers are aware of this issue. Internal identification systems at production facilities have identified the concern,” Skippy said in a statement. CNN.

The company has withdrawn 9,353 cases of peanut butter affecting all brands of low-fat varieties, including “best when used with dates” between May 5, 2023 and May 10, 2023.

Following the specific varieties that are being recalled, the company is requesting customers who have purchased potentially contaminated jars to return them.

  • SKIPPY Reduced Fat Creamy Peanut Butter – Club, 2 / 40oz with “Best of Use” MAY0523 Date
  • SKIPPY Reduced Fat Chunky Peanut Butter, 16.3oz “Best to Use” Dated MAY0623 and MAY0723
  • SKIPPY 40oz with low-fat creamy peanut butter, “best to use” dates MAY0423 and MAY0523
  • SKIPPY creamy peanut butter mixed with plant protein, 14oz is a “best to use” dated May 1023

Skype is a subsidiary of parent company Hermel Foods, which was down just 9% as of Friday afternoon.

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