due to E.Coli.
In a swift move to remove possibly tainted products from store shelves, Nestle’s USA Baking Division has issued an immediate recall of all raw Toll House cookie dough due to consumer complaints of E.coli illness brought about by eating raw dough. Both the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control have launched an investigation into this popular product, however no mandatory government recall has been put into effect. - Health News
The spread of E. Coli infection across several states indicates the possible contamination may have happened at a manufacturing facility before the product was shipped out to various regions of the country, Marler said.
That's precisely the type of situation that a bill approved by a House committee on Capitol Hill earlier this week aims to prevent. A food safety measure is now headed to the full House for consideration. - ABC News
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