Frozen and Refrigerated Cookie Dough Products Recalled

Posted on September 24, 2019 by


California New Foods has issued a recall of frozen and refrigerated cookie dough products due to a lack of labeling that addresses the potential for the products to contain peanut and walnut allergens.

The recalled products are not in production and are not currently sold in stores.  Consumers, however, may have the products at home.   The recall was necessitated by a consumer complaint.

Outreach to retailers who received the recalled products has been underway to ensure products are no longer in inventories or anywhere in the stream of commerce.

The following products sold at retail in the state of California are subject to the recall:

  • Carolyn’s Cookie Co. frozen cookie dough in the following flavors, packaging and date codes:
    • Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal Raisin, Chocolate Chip Toasted Walnut, Double Chocolate with Sea Salt, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk and Snickerdoodle
    • 22 oz. plastic pouch
    • All date codes beginning September 12, 2019 through March 29, 2020
  • Country Baking Company refrigerated cookie dough in the following flavors, packaging and date codes:
    • Chocolate Chip and Happy Trails
    • 24 oz. see-through cardboard sleeve
    • September 18, 2019 through September 25, 2019

Consumers with peanut and walnut allergies who have the products in their refrigerators or freezers should discard and not consume them.

Consumers may request a refund where purchased.  Consumers with questions may call California New Foods Monday – Friday at (213) 306-7060 during the hours of 9am to 5pm Pacific time.

Product Images

CCC Chocolate Chip, Net Wt 22 oz

CCC Double Chocolate with Sea Salt, Net Wt 22oz

CCC Oatmeal Raisin, Net Wt 22 oz

Country Backing Co. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Net Wt 24 oz

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