Danville plant source of tainted cookie dough

news-nestleThe Food and Drug Administration confirmed on Monday, June 29 that samples of cookie dough from a Nestl© plant in Danville contain a strain of the E. Coli bacterium. Dozens across the country have been sickened from eating the raw Toll House cookie dough  produced at the Danville plant. As a result Nestl© voluntarily recalled 30,000 cases of the dough last week.

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That's why I only eat imported foods.

everyone knows you're not supposed to eat raw cookie dough.
that's totally contributory negligence.

Scary to eat food from Virginia companies these days--first peanuts and now this.