North Dakotans! This Recalled Product May Be Deadly To Some
The FDA has issued a recall over an edible cookie dough that has been sold in North Dakota and other states across the region due to a possible allergen.
The Food and Drug administration last week released information on the recall to protect consumers from ingesting peanuts when it was not marked on the container.
The 6 oz containers of "Chocolate Chip Edible Cookie Dough" from Cookies-N-Milk in McKinney, Texas, are being recalled because they might contain unreported peanuts. If someone consumes these goods and has a peanut allergy or severe sensitivity, they run the risk of having a serious or even fatal allergic response.
Recalled "Chocolate Chip Edible Cookie Dough" with lot # 32402342 C was sold in retail establishments in the states of IA, KS, MN, MO, ND, NE, SD, WI, and WY.
The recalled item is presented in a 6 oz. clear plastic cup with the lot number 32402342 C and the Cookies-N-Milk brand printed on the top side. It may be filled with edible cookie dough that tastes like peanut butter.
To date, no illnesses associated with this issue have been documented.
The inquiry, which was prompted by a distributor's notification, shows that the issue was with the packing.
Customers are asked to return any 6 oz cups of "Cookies-N-Milk Chocolate Chip edible cookie dough" with the lot number 32402342 C to the store where they were purchased for a full refund. Customers can reach the business at 214-491-6370 from 8 am to 5 pm central time, Monday through Friday.
All food safety recalls can be found on the FDA website.
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