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Nestle Recalls Break-and-Bake Cookie Dough Bars Over Possible Wood Contamination


Nestle has issued a voluntary recall of two batches of break-and-bake chocolate chip cookie dough bars due to a potential presence of wood fragments in the product.

The chocolate chip cookie dough bars have been distributed to stores nationwide.

There have been no reports of injuries or illnesses related to the recalled products, but several consumers have contacted the company regarding this issue. The two recalled batches, weighing 16.5 ounces each, were manufactured on April 24 and April 25.

Consumers should check for batch code 311457531K with a best-by date of August 22, 2023, and batch code 311557534K with a best-by date of October 23, 2023. These codes can be found printed in a black rectangle on the side of each package.

Nestle stated in its recall notice, posted by the Food and Drug Administration, that it believes this to be an isolated issue and has taken action to address it. The company emphasizes that the quality, safety, and integrity of its products are of the utmost importance. Nestle apologizes for any inconvenience caused to consumers and retail customers.

Nestle also wants to highlight that other varieties of break-and-bake bars and other Nestle cookie dough products are not affected by this recall.

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