Consumers that heaved a sigh of relief as gas prices moderated may have to take that money to be able to afford peanut butter.

A hot, dry summer hurt the peanut crop, sending peanut prices skyward. According to the Wall Street Journal, the result will be higher prices for peanut butter, much higher prices.

Prices for major brands are expected to rise between 30 and 40% over the next month or so.