New Ingredient in Skippy Peanut Butter: Salmonella?

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Skippy fans are throwing out their jars of peanut butter in a bid to avoid a bout of salmonella. (Via Healthland)

Unilever issued the recall after a random sampling showed possible contamination in both the Skippy Reduced Fat Creamy Peanut Butter Spread and the Skippy Reduced Fat Super Chunk Peanut Butter Spread. Consumers are being encouraged to raid their pantries and check the UPCs and Best-If-Used by dates.

The good news? No other Skippy products are affected by the recall. The bad news? They’ll be freed of salmonella, but not of sugar and carbs.

See more about the recall at Healthland.

(More on TIME.com: See the top 10 product recalls)

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