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Skippy peanut butter recall for possible salmonella

Skippy peanut butter recall affects some reduced-fat jars of peanut butter. The company says no illnesses have been linked to contaminated Skippy peanut butter.

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Unilever United States, which produces Skippy peanut butter, announced that some jars sold recently may be contaminated. The Skippy peanut butter recall affects certain reduced-fat jars that may contain salmonella.

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Unilever has announced a recall involving two varieties of its Skippy peanut butter because some jars may be contaminated with salmonella.

The affected products are Skippy reduced-fat creamy peanut butter spread and reduced-fat chunky peanut butter spread, both of which are sold in 16.3 ounce plastic jars.

Sixteen states are affected by the recall: Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

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