Some Skippy peanut butter products have been recalled due to small shards of stainless steel that may be found in them from a piece of manufacturing equipment.
Hormel, the food manufacturing giant that owns the Skippy brand, announce this Thursday that it voluntarily requested a recall of 161,692 pounds of peanut butter products.
The recall includes some Skippy’s Low Fat Low Fat Peanut Butter, Low Fat Peanut Butter, and Creamy Peanut Butter mixed with jars of plant-based protein.
The affected products were manufactured in Little Rock, Arkansas, and shipped to California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Oklahoma, and Wisconsin.
“No consumer has communicated issues, and for small quantity that may be affected, we are offering a full refund,” a Skippy spokesperson said in an email.
Customers should call 1-866-475-4779 for more information.