June 30, 2009: E. Coli. O157:H7 Confirmed In Nestle Cookie Dough

nestle cookie doughThe FDA announced that it has confirmed the presence of E. coli. O157:H7 in Nestlé TOLL HOUSE refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough bar.  The product has a day code of 9041 and a "Best before 10 JUN 2009" notation. 

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A list of all products recalled to date can be found at the FDA/USDA Recall WebsiteConsumers are urged not to eat Nestle raw cookie dough products.

E. coli O157:H7 food poisoning can be fatal.  Symptoms of infection may include severe abdominal cramps, fever, and watery diarrhea. The diarrhea may become bloody and can lead to dehydration. Severe infections can cause kidney failure. The very young, elderly, and immunocompromised are at greatest risk for experiencing complications due to E. coli infection.

If you are experiencing E. coli food poisoning symptoms or have a health related question, contact your healthcare professional.  He or she can order a stool culture which can confirm E. coli infection.

For information concerning recent food poisoning outbreaks, please see E. coli Outbreak Lawyer and Salmonella Peanut Butter Lawyer.

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