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Okay, under the screw-top lid, there used to be a safety seal that was kind of a layered plastic/cardboard/foil-ish thing, with print on the top. It had at least one little "tab" along the circumference. However, when I have gone to buy Sunbutter over the past few months or so, I've been finding instead that when the screw-top lid is removed, there's only some kind of thin foil seal over the top of the jar, with three little pinholes near the center. There's some kind of cardboard-y circle, too, but it pulls away (or is already separated from) the foil seal and clings way up to the top of the lid when the lid's removed. Has anyone else noticed this? The thing that bothers me is that the foil seal with the three pinholes allows the oil on the top to leak out. Should I write the company??
 
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