Toll House dough returns, with a warning

08/18/2009 | Bloomberg

Nestlé's Toll House cookie dough is back on store shelves two months after an E. coli outbreak, but the packages carry a warning that the dough is not meant to be eaten raw. Nestle voluntarily recalled the dough June 19 after at least 72 people became ill, with most reporting they had eaten the dough raw instead of baking it into cookies.

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