Nestlé Recalls Cookie Dough
Nestlé is recalling a variety of tubs, tubes, and cubes of ready-to-bake cookie dough as a part of a voluntary recall. The company made the announcement on October 31 in a press release after they said there was a possibility of food-grade rubber pieces in some of the dough.
The recall is only for the cookie dough that is refrigerated and is only for batch codes that start with the numbers 9189 all the way through batch codes that begin with 9295.
The company says they've already found where the rubber was coming from and have fixed the issue. So far, no one has gotten sick from the recalled cookie dough.
If you've already bought the cookie dough, you should throw it away so you don't risk eating something rubber.
If you have any questions about the recall or any of Nestlé's products, you can contact consumer support by calling 1-800-681-1676 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.