Nestlé Remembers Chocolate-Chip Cookie Dough Over Potential Plastic Contamination



Nestlé is recalling a few of its ready-to-bake refrigerated cookie dough after prospects reported discovering items of plastic in it.

The voluntary recall was initiated on Oct. 13 and is just for packages of Nestlé Toll Home Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough with Fudge Filling that had been manufactured between June and September 2022 and distributed in the US or Puerto Rico.

The UPC code for the recalled merchandise, seen on the again of the package deal, is 050000429912. Prospects can return the dough to the shop the place they purchased it for a substitute or a refund.

Nestlé stated the recall was ordered after “a small variety of customers”  reported seeing “white plastic items.” No diseases or accidents have been reported.

It added that it’s working with the US Meals & Drug Administration to lift consciousness of the recall.

“The standard, security and integrity of our merchandise stay our primary precedence. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this motion represents to each our customers and retail prospects,” the corporate stated in a press release.

In 2019, Nestlé, the world’s largest meals firm, recalled greater than 20 forms of its Prepared To Bake Cookie Dough on account of potential contamination by rubber items