Another day, another recall. Who's the victim this time? Chips Ahoy! Chewy chocolate chip cookies.

According to Mystateline -

Mondelez Global is voluntarily recalling some Chewy Chips Ahoy cookies because of a "solidified ingredient" that could cause some people to get sick. The company did not provide further details in their notice about what the unexpected "solidified ingredient" is, but some reports of "adverse health effects" have been received.

The information given by the company is incredibly vague but enough to rase concern if these cookies are in your pantry. So how can you tell? Mystateline details -

The recall is limited to the following products: Chips Ahoy Chewy Cookie (13 oz.): UPC 044000032234 with a best when used by dates of Sept. 7, 2019, Sept. 8, 2019, Sept. 14, 2019, and Sept. 15, 2019.  Anyone who purchased the cookies should not eat them. Call 1-844-366-1171 for more information.

So be sure to double check if you have these cookies at home!

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