The South Plains Food Bank has no peanut butter.
"One of our holiday wishes would be to get some more peanut butter," Weaver said. "We go through that nearly as quickly as we get it."
The food bank receives their peanut butter from Sunland in Portales, New Mexico-the company that was contaminated with salmonella.
"Of course because of the recall that came out not too long after we received that peanut butter," Weaver said. "We were not able to use it, we had to destroy it just because we want to make sure our food supply is safe."
The food bank received 1,500 jars of contaminated peanut butter.
They were able to throw out all the jars before they were distributed.
Weaver said peanut butter was a main staple in their food boxes.
"Peanut butter is just a good product for us to have," Weaver said. "It's a good source of protein for our clients. It's accepted by so many populations and we really like to include peanut butter in our food boxes whenever we can."
Weaver said the bank is relying on donations from the early part of their U Can Share Food Drive.
The food drive starts December 3 and ends December 8.
They will be collecting donations at the United on 82nd and Slide.