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Nestle Issues Voluntary Recall of Toll House Cookie Dough Products

Nestle has issued a voluntary recall of several varieties
of ready-to-bake refrigerated Toll House Cookie Dough products due to the
potential presence of food-grade rubber pieces. The recall only covers products
with batch codes that begin with 9189 through 9295. Batch codes can be found on
the package. Products being recalled are cookie dough bars, tubs and
tube-shaped “chubs”, which were distributed in the United States and Puerto
Rico. Nestle says they have identified the source of the rubber and have
already fixed the problem. No illnesses or injuries have been reported in
association to the recall.


Anyone who may have purchased the products should not prepare
or eat the product, but throw it out and contact Nestle Consumer Services at [email protected].
Consumers should have their proof of purchase on-hand when contacting customer
service.


See a full list of recalled products here.