Nestle Toll House “Break and Bake” Bar Recall Issued Over Reports of Wood Fragments in Cookie Dough
Two batches of Nestlé Toll House “Break and Bake” chocolate chip cookie bars are being recalled, due to a risk they may be contaminated with foreign material, following several reports of consumers finding wood fragments in the dough.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the Nestlé Toll House “Break and Bake” bar recall on August 11, warning consumers not to use the cookie dough.
Nestlé indicates it is working closely with federal health officials on the recall, and believes the contamination was an isolated incident. The company notes that it is taking actions to address the issue, and indicates that it is not aware of any reported illnesses or injuries linked to the recalled break and bake bars.
The recall impacts two batches of Nestlé Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough “Break and Bake” bars produced on either April 24, or April 25, 2023. They were sold in 16.5 oz. packages and distributed to retailers throughout the U.S. Consumers can identify the products with batch numbers 311457531K or 311557534K, and corresponding best by dates of 8/22/23 or 10/23/23.
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The recall does not impact any other varieties of Nestlé Toll House “Break and Bake” bars, or any varieties of their refrigerated cookie dough rolls, tubs, or edible cookie dough products.
The FDA and Nestlé warn consumers not to prepare or consume the recalled cookie dough bars, and return them to their original place of purchase to receive a full refund.
For more information on the recall, or for further assistance, consumers should contact Nestlé USA customer service by phone at (800) 681-1678 Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. EST.
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