Nestlé recalls Toll House cookie dough for potentially containing wood chips

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By Dan Sears

Nestlé USA is recalling some of its Toll House chocolate chip cookie dough due to the potential presence of wood fragments. 

The recall includes two batches of the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough “break and bake” Bar, according to Nestlé’s notice

The affected batches were produced on April 24 and April 25 and were distributed to retailers nationwide. The company didn’t specify which retailers were impacted. 

Nestlé said that there haven’t been any illnesses or injuries reported from the recalled products. 

However, it issued the recall out of an abundance of caution given that “a small number of consumers” contacted them about the issue, according to the recall. 

The company noted that no other product was affected, including other varieties of refrigerated cookie dough in “break and bake” bars, rolls, tubs or edible cookie dough. 

People who have purchased batches 311457531K and 311557534K “should not prepare or consume the product,” the company said. Instead, they should return the product to the retailer for a replacement or refund.

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Nestlé said that there haven’t been any illnesses or injuries reported from the recalled products. 
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 Toll House chocolate chip cookie dough
The affected batches were produced on April 24 and April 25 and were distributed to retailers nationwide.
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The company said it’s “confident that this is an isolated issue.”
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The company said it’s “confident that this is an isolated issue” and that it has already taken steps to address it.

“We are working with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration on this voluntary recall and will cooperate with them fully,” Nestlé said. “We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this action represents to both our consumers and retail customers.”  

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