Small individual baked cakes sold at gas stations and convenience stores nationwide are the latest products to be recalled due to the multi-state outbreak of Salmonella associated with Jeff Peanut Butter.
Americans have been warned not to eat a range of baked goods, sandwiches, candy, ice cream, trail mixes and ready-to-eat salad products.Because snacks are drawn from shops, vending machines, and restaurants across the country.
The wave started on May 20 with JM Smucker Co., Creamy, crunchy, natural and low fat. In two weeks, at least 18 companies have recalled products containing Jif, and the public is now being cautious about other food products.
At least 16 people have been infected in 12 states, two hospitalized, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Five out of five patients reported consuming peanut butter and four out of five reported eating jiffy before becoming ill, the CDC said in a review of epidemiological information.
The actual number of sick people and affected states is probably higher, as some people recover without testing, according to the CDC. “This product has a very long shelf life, so be sure to check any Giff Peanut Butter at home to make sure it is not returned,” it added.
Salmonella can cause symptoms such as fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain. It can be serious and sometimes fatal for children, as well as the frail and elderly. Most people with Salmonella develop symptoms between 6 hours and 6 days after exposure to the bacteria.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, the strain of Salmonella senftenberg was found at the JM Smoker plant in Lexington, Kentucky. The recall also affected markets outside the United States, with peanut butter being sold in Canada, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan and Thailand, the agency said.
The original memorabilia consisted of a jar of peanut butter distributed nationwide and included products with lot code 274425-2140425 with “425” at the end of the first seven digits.
Memories include this week’s packaged lunch and peanut butter cup ice cream.
Last memories include about 50,000 individually wrapped Prairie City Bakery Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Oye Gui Butter Cakes featuring Giff Peanut Butter. The treatments were sold in 2-ounce packages and 10 packs of 2-ounce packages, according to Vernon Hills, Illinois-based Prairie City Bakery.
Another recollection is Vineland, New Jersey-based F&S Produce Co. Has recalled a protein power snack sold at Walgreens stores in New Jersey and New York. The product has been pulled off the shelf and has an expiration date of May 28, 2022, the company said on Tuesday.
The commemoration, announced Monday, includes peanut butter cup ice cream made by Taharka Brothers Ice Cream in Baltimore, Maryland, and will be distributed to grocery stores, restaurants and ice cream shops and direct consumers from March 1, 2022 to May 28, 2022. Delivery to Maryland and DC areas, according to information posted by the FDA.
According to a May 27 public health alert from the U.S. Department of Agricultural Food Safety and Inspection Services, the affected products include ready-to-eat chicken salad, including a jiffy recalled from an Amazon Go retail outlet in Washington.
The influence of Jeff Recall was also reflected in Disney World, which had to pull out a lunch filled with peanut butter at its Florida theme park due to lack of production.
“The big peanut butter of 2022 continues to be in short supply,” Gideon Beckhouse of Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida announced in a Facebook post.
Disney Springs Restaurant took to Instagram to explain that the recall slowed the bulk stock of peanut butter coming to Florida and left it in “pickle” because it needed hundreds of pounds a day for its peanut butter-based dessert.
That said, the crisis proved short-lived, with Gideon taking to social media to declare himself “completely healed” from his peanut butter deficiency.
The Magic Kingdom also removed peanut butter sauce from the plaza ice cream parlor’s menu, leaving only hot fudge and caramel toppings on its lunch menu, a change noted by the Disney Food Blog and Walt Disney World News Today.
Walt Disney did not respond to a request for comment.
Rich’s chocolate peanut butter cups, sold at about 200 candy and ice cream stores nationwide between November 11, 2021 and January 23, 2022, are also being recalled.
Giant Eagle recalled several bakery items containing peanut butter and sold them at three Pennsylvania supermarkets in Ebensburg, Indiana and North Cambria, the company said in a statement posted by the FDA. The recalled items included 120 transactions and most of those who bought them were contacted directly, Giant Eagle said.
Safeway Fresh Foods is returning more than 1,200 cases of Quick Check branded Apple and Peanut Butter Shake trays delivered to Quick Czech retail stores in New Jersey, the company said in Vineland, New Jersey.
Happy Valley, Oregon’s AG Specialty Foods has recalled four perishable products sold in Oregon and Washington because they contain ziff, according to its FDA-Post. Potentially stigmatized items include peanut butter and jam sandwiches and snack packs and boxes with expiration dates from May 16, 2022 to June 3, 2022.
Wawa is removing two products from its stores – Wawa Apple and Peanut Butter Dipper and Jeff Creamy Peanut Butter, while Eugene, Oregon’s Euphoria Chocolate is returning truffles and melts containing Jeff and has been sold by retailers and supermarkets across the state since Feb. 17. , 2022, May 20, 2022.
Bix Productions in Little Canada, Minnesota includes 5 ounce packages of “Egg and Cheese Yogurt Power Box” and “Egg and Cheese Yogurt Lunch Box” called Peanut Butter. Snack boxes were sold by retailers in five states: Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.
The company says it has recalled the sale of Wal-Mart branded fudge made from Jeff Peanut Butter and Melville, New York-based Fuzmentals, which was sold in stores nationwide.
Fresh del Monte is recalling fresh-cut fruit and vegetable products with red-to-it giff peanut butter sold by retailers including 7-Eleven nationwide, the Florida company said in a separate statement.
Coblentz Chocolate Co., located in Walnut Creek, Ohio. Sweets including Chocolate, Fudge, Caramel Corn and Recalled Gif Peanut Butter are sold nationwide from November 12, 2021 to May 21, 2022. The company has stopped using Jif Peanut Butter. Butter, Coblentz said.
Indianapolis, Indiana-based Garden Cut recalled products combining sliced celery with apple slices or peanut butter and distributed in seven states: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
Maryland Harvest Fresh Foods of Portland, Oregon, recalled apple and celery slices with 1.5-ounce portions of Gif to Go Creamy Peanut Butter, distributed in two states, Oregon and Washington.
Spring, Texas-based Country Fresh remembers the array of fresh-cut fruit snack trays and fruit snack cups sold under brands such as Recall Giff Peanut Butter and Giant, Market 32, Snack Fresh, Snack Sensations and Wegman.
Products were by Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Vermont, Washington. DC and West Virginia, Country Fresh said.
Cargill said the 795 8-ounce boxes are made from recalled peanut butter for candy and other snacks, it said. It includes milk and dark chocolate-covered peanut butter Ritz crackers, peanut butter melts, peanut butter eggs and fudges sold locally through the Wilbur Chocolate Retail Store in Lititz, Pennsylvania and online at Wilburbuds.com.
Taher Inc. of Plymouth, Minnesota. Is returning 6.3-ounce packages of “Fresh Season Power Pack” containing potentially contaminated Giff Peanut Butter. According to the company, the packs were sold at retail stores and vending machines in Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
Albertsons said it was returning 11 store-finished products, including mini peanut butter cream pie and sliced apples, including peanut butter, sold in stores including ACME, Albertsons, Eagle, Jewel-Osco, Safeway Tom Thumb and Vons (see full list of products and stores here ).
Meanwhile, the giant eagle is rememberingSold by GetGo stations in Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia until May 13. UPC code for lunch: 30034 93770 Dates up to 6 and May 29, 2022 are best-if-used.
The CDC estimates that approximately 1.3 million Americans are infected with Salmonella each year, of which 26,500 are hospitalized and 420 die.