JIF PEANUT BUTTER RECALLS
For those donating JIF Peanut butter to the center or giving the product to your pets please take notice that is a RECALL FOR JIF PEANUT BUTTER PRODUCTS.
PER THE FDA To see if your jar of Jif peanut butter is being recalled, check its lot number below the "Best if Used by" date. Products with lot codes 1274425 – 2140425, with the digits 425 in the 5th-7th position, are being recalled.
How to tell if you have a recalled product
All of the affected Jif peanut butter products can be identified by their lot code numbers, which is often found near the "best by" date (it's different from the UPC number on the bar code). If the lot code's first seven digits end with 425, that means it was made in Lexington. If that same code also starts with four numbers between 1274 and 2140, you should not eat or serve the peanut butter, and it should be discarded.