Updated 10:17 pm, Monday, October 10, 2016
GARNER, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa company is recalling the cookie dough it sold to Blue Bell Creameries and other food companies because it may be contaminated with listeria bacteria.
Dough-maker Aspen Hills notified customers about the recall on Sunday, but it wasn’t immediately clear whether any of this cookie dough had reached consumers because the Garner, Iowa, based company doesn’t sell directly to consumers. Aspen Hills did not say the companies or states where the dough was sold.
Aspen Hills’ cookie dough was implicated in last month’s Blue Bell recall because the Texas-based ice cream-maker said its tests confirmed the presence of listeria in the product.
Aspen Hills spokesman Jon Austin said the cookie dough was voluntarily recalled because the company found lapses in its…