Cookie Dough Recalled Due To Tainted Flour

WINNIPEG, MB. — The fallout continues from E. coli tainted flour.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has added cookie dough, and additional pie and tart shells, to its recall.

In-Dey-Go cookie dough was sold across Canada as part of school fundraisers.

While illnesses have been reported with various brands of flour, no one has been affected by the cookie dough at this time.

The recall affects 1.22-kilogram portions of In-Dey-Go’s Dark Chocolate / White Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough.

It can be identified by the code 17039, but there is no UPC code on the packages.

E. coli tainted food may not look, smell, or taste spoiled, but it can still make you sick.

In severe cases, you could die.

The CFIA is warning the public not to consume the affected product.

It should be returned for a refund or thrown out.

You can read the recall notice here.

—Andrew McCrea, MyToba News

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Andrew McCrea is a hard news junkie with a passion for crime reporting. He studied business, media production, and journalism at Red River College earning two diplomas. McCrea also loves cinema, creative writing, and programming websites and software.
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