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Consumers sue Nestle, but FDA still baffled


June 29, 2009
By ConfectioneryNews.com

June 29, 2009 – A week after Nestle’s recall of its Toll
House cookie dough, the source of an E. coli strain that has sickened
69 people across 29 U.S. states still has Food and Drug Administration officials baffled, but
lawsuits have already been filed.

June 29, 2009 – A week after Nestle’s recall of its Toll
House cookie dough, the source of an E. coli strain that has sickened
69 people across 29 U.S. states still has Food and Drug Administration officials baffled, but
lawsuits have already been filed.

The food giant said it had recalled 46 of its refrigerated cookie dough
products as a precautionary measure after the FDA and Centers for Disease Control notified it
an investigation had been launched following an outbreak of E.coli
illnesses linked to eating raw cookie dough. | READ MORE

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