Fresh Del Monte has issued a voluntary recall on all of its products that contain Jif peanut butter cups and packages. That peanut butter dip, packaged in Fresh Del Monte fresh fruit and vegetable packs, may have been tainted with salmonella.

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The J.M. Smucker Co. issued a voluntary recall of their Jif brand peanut butter on May 20th due to a potential salmonella contamination.  That recall included a large variety of Jif products that we are now finding to be incredibly widespread.

This current Del Monte recall does not include anything else within its product portfolio. 

Affected products are:

Del Monte Apples with Peanut Butter (5 ounce)

Peanut Butter Snack Pack (4.25 ounce)

Apples and Peanut Butter (6 ounce, and 5.5 ounce)

Sandwich with Peanut Butter Cup

All products are ready to eat and packaged in clear plastic containers. They can be identified with a Del Monte “Best If Used By” (DM BIUB) date on, or before, May 30, 2022.

Anyone that has purchased these products is urged to return them to their place of purchase or discard them.