Unopened and stored in a cool, dry area, Jif peanut butter will last about two years (refer to the “Best If Used By” date). After opening, you can keep Jif peanut butter about three months on the pantry shelf. If unopened, Jif To Go Peanut Butter and Jif Natural Peanut Butter Spread will each last one year (refer to the “Best If Used By” date).
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Our Simply Jif® Peanut Butter has a fresh-roasted peanut taste with low sodium* and 33% less total sugar** than Jif® Creamy Peanut Butter. *17g fat and 3.5g saturated fat per serving. **Simply Jif Peanut Butter contains 2g total sugar per serving. Regular Jif Peanut Butter contains 3g total sugar per serving
Jif® Natural Peanut Butter Spread contains palm oil, which is derived from the fruit of a palm tree. Palm oil is an alternative stabilizer. We recognize and share the concerns related to palm oil sourcing and the environment. We remain committed to working only with suppliers who are responsible and who share the same commitments to quality and ethics as we do. Please see above for an overview of our sourcing policies, or see our Corporate Responsibility Report for more.
The Jif brand also supports outside initiatives dedicated to peanut allergy research and awareness. For example, the brand has long partnered with The National Peanut Board, supporting peanut research and education initiatives. Part of their work focuses on peanut allergy awareness and education, including resources for parents, educators and anyone who cares for children.
What Happens If Dogs Eat Peanut Butter with Xylitol?
A dog’s body reacts differently to xylitol than humans. In fact, xylitol stimulates a dog’s pancreas. In a very short amount of time, your dog will become hypoglycemic from consuming xylitol.
Many owners do not see the signs until it is too late. Soon after consuming anything with xylitol, your dog will become lethargic, lose coordination, and have diarrhea. If they consume a large enough amount, your dog will suffer from seizures and may risk death.
Does Jif Peanut Butter Contain Xylitol?
Jif Peanut Butter does not contain xylitol. Jif has many varieties of peanut butter and all of them are clear of xylitol.
There are four major brands that add xylitol to their peanut butter. The four brands are:
The FDA advises to always check the label before feeding your dog peanut butter.
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