The Food and Drug Administration issued a consumer update on Nov. 28, warning that people shouldn’t eat raw dough due to a bacteria risk in raw flour.
The Food and Drug Administration issued a consumer update on Nov. 28, warning that people shouldn’t eat raw dough due to a bacteria risk in raw flour. Associated Press File photo
The Food and Drug Administration issued a consumer update on Nov. 28, warning that people shouldn’t eat raw dough due to a bacteria risk in raw flour. Associated Press File photo

It’s National Cookie Day, but you still can’t eat the dough

December 04, 2017 10:00 AM

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