This Costco Product Is Recalled, Company Says
In late May, Jif peanut butter was related to a nationwide Salmonella outbreak. Creamy, crunchy, natural, no-sugar-added, and more were recalled, but the probe persisted.
The warehouse company checks membership numbers to warn shoppers if a product they bought is recalled.
The Dorm Room Snack Box sold from April 20 to May 23, 2022, is affected.
Costco records show that you or an add-on member bought item 1377354. "This item contains 70 snacks, including four 1.5-oz.
Jif To Go Peanut Butter Dipping Cups. J.M. Smucker and the FDA voluntarily recalled some Jif Peanut Butter products due to Salmonella contamination."
Snyder's pretzels, Oreos, Pringles, Goldfish, and more are included.
Green Rabbit Holdings, Inc., which manufactured the box, warns customers not to eat the Jif To Go peanut butter packs and to return the package to Costco for a refund.
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