Nestle Toll House Cookie Dough

According to a CDC update on the multistate outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 linked to Nestle cookie dough, the agency is working with public health officials in several states and collaborating with the FDA and FSIS to investigate the outbreak.

Preliminary results of the investigation “indicate a strong association with eating raw prepackaged cookie dough,&rdquo

We filed suit yesterday in Federal Court for the District of Colorado on behalf of Madison Sedbrook, who is six years old, and her parents Tristan and Cindy.  Madison ate cookie dough on multiple occasions in April 2009 and developed a severe gastrointestinal illness.  She bounced from hospital to hospital, doctor to doctor, while nobody

A young woman who was hospitalized for seven days after eating raw cookie dough made by Nestle USA filed suit today against the company in California Superior Court, San Mateo County. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of 18-year-old Jillian Collins by her attorneys, William Marler of the Seattle-based foodborne illness law firm Marler Clark

State health departments have taken the lead in releasing news about the E. coli outbreak tied to Nestle Toll House raw cookie dough.  The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) put out the first official information about the outbreak late on June 18.  The CDPHE release revealed that 66 people in 28 states