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Nestle Cookie Dough Recall and New E. coli Discovery Lead to New Formula

Nestle USA has announced that it will change the formula for its famous Toll House raw cookie dough products after two recent samples tested positive for E. coli bacteria. The same products were part of a massive cookie dough recall last summer, which was linked to cases of food poisoning in people from at least 30 states.…

Food Safety Law Changes Would Give FDA New Authority

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The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill last week, which is endorsed by President Barack Obama, that could greatly increase the power of the FDA over the food industry if it is passed into law.…

Cookie Dough E. coli Mystery May Never Be Solved: FDA

After identifying three different strains of E. coli in association with Nestle Toll House cookie dough recalled last month, FDA investigators say they still may never discover how shipments of cookie dough got contaminated or what the exact cause may be for the cases of food poisoning reported in people from 30 states.…

E. Coli Outbreaks from Cookie Dough and Beef Expanding: CDC

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The number of people sickened and hospitalized due to E. coli food poisoning has continued to grow after the recent Nestle Toll House cookie dough recall and JBS Swift Beef Co. recall, according to the latest reports from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).…

Nestle Cookie Dough Lawsuit Filed Days After Recall

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A California woman has filed what is believed to be the first food poisoning lawsuit following last week’s Nestle Toll House cookie dough recall, alleging that she was hospitalized due to E. coli infection after eating raw chocolate chip cookie dough.…

Nestle Toll House Cookie Dough Food Poisoning Lawsuit

In June 2009, a nationwide E. coli food poisoning outbreak was associated with eating Nestle Toll House cookie dough raw. The uncooked, refrigerated cookie dough may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, a strain of bacteria that is commonly associated with food poisoning.…