Looks like it's causing issues with other brands now:
The Jif peanut butter recall has rapidly expanded in the past week and it now affects at least 69 other products. The cascading effect is due to the many companies who use the peanut butter in their own chocolates, peanut butter sandwiches and more.
J.M. Smucker Co., Jif's parent company, issued the initial voluntary recall last week, after the Food and Drug Administration traced a salmonella outbreak to a manufacturing facility in Lexington, Ky.
Almost every day since, other companies have issued their own recall notices, after confirming that their products also were affected. They range from fruit or veggie snack packs that include individually wrapped Jif cups to confections made with Jif peanut butter, including fudge and store-brand pies.
The original recall covered 49 Jif products, from .75 ounce cups to twin packs of 40-ounce jars. But the widening recalls include a number of other well-known brands, including Del Monte's PB& J sandwiches and some of Albertsons' store-made snacks.
BTW, the Jif recall appears to be causing shortages of other peanut butter brands. There were already supply chain issues, then deduct one major brand no longer available, and ta-da. You have a shortgage.
Bummer, because I was craving a peanut butter sandwich and most brands are high in sodium.