Skippy Is Recalling Over A Hundred Thousand Pounds Of Peanut Butter

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NEW YORK (WENY) – Skippy is recalling 161, 692 pounds of peanut butter. The company says the jars that were shipped to 18 states including New York may contain steel fragments. 

The parent company of Skippy, Hormel Foods announced the recall last week.

The company says the recall included more than 9,300 cases of select Skippy Reduced Fat Creamy Peanut Butter, Reduced, Reduced Fat Chunky Peanut Butter, and Creamy Peanut Butter Blended with Plant Protein.

Although the company has received no complaints they say they were notified by the facility that the jars may contain a small piece of stainless steel from manufacturing equipment.

Hormell says If you have peanut butter that is part of the recall you can return the product to the store for an exchange.

And for more information, the company says consumers can go to  peanut butter recall and check the best if used by dates on their products.


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