Consumers Suffer Illness After Eating Edible Cookie Dough from Cookie Do NYC: Lawsuit

A lawsuit was filed by two individuals on behalf of others similarly situated who felt ill after consuming edible cookie dough products from Cookie Do, Inc. in New York City.
NEW YORK - Sept. 21, 2017 - PRLog -- Imbesi Law P.C. has filed a lawsuit on behalf of two individuals who purchased edible cookie dough products from Cookie Do, Inc. in New York City and experienced nausea, diarrhea and stomach aches after consuming the allegedly safe-to-eat products (Julia Canigiani, et al. v. Cookie Do, Inc., Civil Case No.: 17-cv-07182).

The complaint, filed in the United States District Court, Southern District of New York, alleges that while Cookie Do, Inc. advertises its products as having "no chance of food-borne illness or risk," Plaintiffs and other consumers have gotten sick after purchasing and eating Cookie Do's products.

Brittany Weiner, attorney for Plaintiffs, said, "Founder Kristen Tomlan told CBS News that 'the only risk is that you become addicted,' but that's clearly not true. There are more risks involved as consumers are eating the products and getting sick."

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