Tuesday, August 18, 2009

It's Back - Nestle’s Toll House Cookie Dough; Just Don’t Eat It Raw

Take a look at the label from the Toll House cookie package.
Nestle printed the instructions and people chose to ignore them.

Now again Nestle, the world’s largest food company, has announced that Toll House cookie dough is returning to a supermarket shelve near you after a two-month recall and warned shoppers not to eat it raw.
It wasn't enough to tell us to bake them first, now they must say "don't eat it raw."

The new shipments of dough have a “New Batch” label and bear the statement
“Do not consume raw cookie dough.”

The E. coli issue with Nestle needs to be watched and monitored but people need to take some personal responsibility.
The Nestle Toll House nightmare began on June 19 with reports of illness among people who ate the dough raw.
At least 72 people became ill, with most of them saying they had eaten raw Toll House dough.

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