Nestlé Toll House Introduces Edible Cookie Dough

July 1st, 2019


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Nestlé Toll House Introduces Edible Cookie Dough The food and drink company has released multiple flavors, including peanut butter chocolate chip monster. The product has since been found at a Publix supermarket in Florida. After photos were released online, Nestlé responded that they were indeed behind it. Nestlé adds that the cookie dough will spread out to other locations as the summer progresses. Due to it containing raw eggs, cookie dough is not meant to be consumed over possible contracting of salmonella but this new item from Nestlé does not have eggs. In addition, the flour has also been altered so it's safe to eat.