Cookie Dough Sold At Alabama Publix And Walmart Gets Recalled
Who can't eat an entire package of cookie dough in one sitting?
OK, maybe it's just me.
Nestle USA says some packages of ready to bake refrigerated Toll House Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough with Fudge Filling could be contaminated with WHITE PLASTIC PIECES.
According to CBS News, the cookie dough was sold at Publix, Walmart and other grocery outlets in Alabama and across the USA and Puerto Rico.
Nestle USA's recall is a voluntary recall and most of the products were produced in August and September. The company issued a statement that said no illness or injuries have been reported as of this time.
Nestle USA says if you purchased the cookie dough do not prepare or consume it and return it to the store from which it was purchased to receive a refund or replacement.
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