Don’t Eat That Dough!

Nestlé Tollhouse CookiesIf you like to eat raw Toll House cookie dough at midnight, you’re SOL. The Food and Drug Administration warns consumers not to eat raw Nestlé Toll House Cookies due to the traces of e.coli found in it’s cookie dough.

So far, 66 people in 28 states have become sick from eating the contaminated raw cookie dough; 25 of them had to be hospitalized. This prompted the FDA to begin an investigation. But do not think cooking the raw cookie dough will stop the e.coli from spreading. It’s actually the opposite–the bacteria expands. Cookie dough is never supposed to be eaten raw anyway.

The recall for Nestlé Toll House Cookie dough shouldn’t affect that found in Edy’s Ice Cream.


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