Nestlé USA Recalls Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Over Wood Fragment Concerns
In a recent development, Nestlé USA has issued a recall for some of its popular Toll House chocolate chip cookie dough due to the potential presence of wood fragments. The recall specifically affects two batches of the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough “break and bake” Bar.
These affected batches, produced on April 24 and April 25, were distributed nationwide. While Nestlé did not disclose which retailers were impacted by the recall, customers are urged to exercise caution and check if they have purchased the affected products.
Thankfully, no illnesses or injuries have been reported so far relating to the consumption of the recalled cookie dough. However, Nestlé has taken this precautionary measure after receiving complaints from a small number of consumers regarding the presence of wood fragments.
It is important to note that no other products from Nestlé have been affected by this recall.
For those who have purchased the affected batches, it is strongly advised not to consume the product. Instead, customers should return it to the retailer to either receive a replacement or obtain a refund.
Nestlé is actively cooperating with the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on this voluntary recall. The company has expressed regret for any inconvenience caused and is taking necessary steps to ensure consumer safety.
As always, consumers are reminded to remain vigilant when purchasing food products and to report any concerns or adverse effects to the respective manufacturers or regulatory authorities.
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