Some ‘Break and Bake’ Cookies Clearly Are Not Ready to Eat after Recall
Officials with the Food and Drug Administration have announced that a very popular product is being recalled after a foreign substance was found in some of the products.
The FDA says that the recall of this product is voluntary.
Imagine that you have preheated the oven, pulled some cookies from the package, put them on the pan, cooked them, and then realized, there was something chunky inside that was more than the chocolate chips.
After getting feedback from some customers, the Nestle Corporation has decided to voluntarily recall some packages of the take "break and bake" Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough because customers have reported some chunks of wood in the packages.
It's not all the packages, but if you have a package of these cookies that were made on April 24 or April 25 of this year with the "Use by Date" of August 2023 or October 2023 do not use these cookies. These packages are 16.5-ounce packages.
Take a look at the side of the package of your Nestle Chocolate Chip Cooke Day, and if it has either of these batch numbers then you should not use it:
Batch number 311457531K
Batch number 311557534K
What Do You Do With These Packages?
According to the FDA, you can take the products back to the place where you bought them for either your money back or they will exchange the product for you. If you have any other questions, you can call the Nestle company at (800) 681-1678 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.