butter better to be safe than sorry, which is exactly why you need to throw out that peanut and almond butter in your cupboard.
Currently, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Kroger and Safeway have announced that they're pulling products from the shelves, along with those under the Hain Celestial Group Inc. umbrella. To search the entire list of companies and brands that have been recalled, you view the list issued by the FDA here.
While salmonella is nothing to joke about, these tweets and photos about The Great Nut Butter Recall of 2014 simply make us feel a bit better about throwing our favorite source of protein. And for the record -- we all really need to stop saying "nut butter."
— Jennifer RiceEpstein (@jriceepstein) August 20, 2014
I would complain about the almond butter recall, but that would mean admitting that I spent over $6 on a nut butter, which is terrible.
— Anne of No Gables (@anneofnogables) August 20, 2014
today is like a monday on repeat because trader joes issued an almond butter recall and their almond butter is basically 30% of my diet
— Marissa Greenwood (@missmarissssa) August 19, 2014
Being a total Debbie Downer today with this peanut butter recall news... #yeahyouprobablydontwanttoeatthatsandwich
— Meghan Dixon (@meghanmdixon) August 20, 2014
I just ate a Kind bar that had peanut butter in it...before reading about the peanut butter recall. Pray for me.
— Amanda Sales (@Scamandalous) August 20, 2014
TV news headline read: Nut Butter Recall.
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