The US Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers not to eat Nestle Toll House prepackaged, refrigerated cookie dough, due to the risk of contamination from E. Coli.

The CDC reported that 69 people in 29 US states had been infected with a strain of E. Coli, and 34 people have been hospitalized.

Nestle has recalled all varieties of its Toll House Cookie Dough.

Read the FDA release here.
Read the Vancouver Sun article.
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