Lessons learned from a cookie dough recall

By Brandon Henning Jan. 31, 2017

Earlier this fall, several major brands voluntarily recalled products due to potential listeria concerns in cookie dough ingredients. While the cookie dough was provided by a third party supplier, these manufacturers are still ultimately responsible for the quality and safety of the final product. Ideally, preventative measures should catch quality issues before a product makes it to market, but realistically there is no way to completely eliminate the possibility of a recall. Here are some helpful tips for manufacturers to combat quality issues and avoid a costly recall.

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