Peter Pan Peanut Butter Recall and How to Receive Compensation
With thousands of products recalled each year, some of the most dangerous recalls involve food products. From Hot Pockets to Tyson chicken, the FDA ensures the food we consume is safe. While the Peter Pan peanut butter recall was almost 15 years ago, you may still be eligible for compensation. However, filing a recall claim now can be very frustrating and time-consuming since many have already thrown out the tainted peanut butter. Luckily, DoNotPay is here to help.
DoNotPay can help you receive compensation or replacement for the . Our fast, simple, and straightforward process make following the proper steps to get the refund you deserve easier than you might think. Whether it's a food recall, health and beauty product recall, or vehicle recall, your safety is important to us, and we work to ensure you receive the compensation you are entitled to.
How to Claim the Peter Pan Honey Roasted Peanut Butter Recall
Although it's been over a decade since the , you may still be eligible for a refund or replacement due to contaminated food consumption. As with other product recalls, customers can request a refund or replacement for their purchased items by contacting the right people.
- Gather receipts or other documentation as proof of your Peter Pan peanut butter purchase during the recall period.
- If you have not thrown away the peanut butter jar or the lid showing the product code, photograph it for your record.
- Get a doctor's statement or lab results showing you required medical attention due to salmonella poisoning.
- Mail a refund request letter, proof of purchase or peanut butter lid or label with the recalled product code, and a copy of medical evidence to ConAgra Foods, P.O. Box 3768, Omaha, NE 68103.
- Wait for a response from the company with your full refund for your purchase.
If you can prove severe illness due to consumption of the recalled Peter Pan peanut butter, you may be entitled to more than just the amount of the jar of peanut butter. to ensure you get all the compensation you deserve.
Why Was Peter Pan Peanut Butter Recalled?
In early 2007, ConAgra announced a recall of Peter Pan peanut butter because the products contained salmonella and caused illness to hundreds of Americans who had consumed the tainted peanut butter.
Here are the top seven states that have the most number of reported cases in the United States from:
How to ID the Recalled Peter Pan Peanut Butter:
- Peter Pan peanut butter was purchased between 2004-2007.
- Jars stamped with the product code beginning with "2111."
- If you've consumed the recalled peanut butter, watch for signs of salmonella poisoning.
How the Recent Court Settlement Affects Your Peter Pan Honey Roasted Peanut Butter Recall
In 2016, the president of ConAgra Brands entered a guilty plea against the single misdemeanor count of shipping adulterated food. The approved deal of $8 million fine plus $3.2 million in cash forfeitures resolved the criminal investigation into a nationwide salmonella outbreak reportedly caused by Peter Pan's tainted peanut butter. This court settlement was in addition to the $36 million awarded to 6,810 people who filed civil lawsuits against the company.
While a court settlement may seem like it's too late to receive compensation for consuming Peter Pan peanut butter contaminated with salmonella, you can still file for reimbursement for the recalled peanut butter.
Step-By-Step Guide to Claiming the Peter Pan Peanut Butter Recall With a Click of a Button
Use our Product Recalls product to claim your Peter Pan peanut butter refund. All you have to do is tell us about the Peter Pan peanut butter you purchased and provide receipts or other evidence, and we'll contact the company on your behalf. Whether you're looking for a refund, replacement, or more for your recalled product, DoNotPay can make sure that your request gets delivered to the right people.
How the Product Recall Claims Product Works
- Tell us about your purchase, including the product name, brand, store you purchased the item from, price, and date of purchase. If you purchased the item online, enter your transaction details and payment method as well.
- Tell us how you found out about the recall.
- Choose whether you want a refund, repair, or replacement.
- Upload photographic evidence of your purchase and the product if you still have it.
- Choose whether you have the capacity to return the item or not.
And that's it! DoNotPay will send your recall request to the company on your behalf, asking for a refund, replacement, or other appropriate compensation. You should hear back from the company directly with confirmation and how they will issue the refund or replacement.
DoNotPay Makes Monitoring Potential Recall on Purchased Items Simple
While DoNotPay can help with your Peter Pan peanut butter and other , we can also keep track of recalls on any items you purchase with our Product Recall Monitor service. If you are unsure if you have purchased a recalled item, DoNotPay can check to see if any of your recent purchases have been recalled by scanning your receipts against our updated list of recalled items. Simply forward any receipts you have to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll identify if you deserve a refund, replacement, or repair because of a product recall.
How the Product Recall Monitor Works
- Register your email for our Recall Monitor through the Product Recalls product.
- Forward any email receipts you have to email@example.com. You can set up auto-forwarding to make it easier.
- DoNotPay will notify you immediately if one of your purchases is recalled. We'll then help you claim a refund or replacement for it through the steps above.
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