In a heartbreaking incident, a 25-year-old New York City dancer has lost her life after consuming mislabeled cookies from the renowned Connecticut grocery store chain, Stew Leonard's. The tragedy has raised concerns about food labeling practices and the responsibility of both manufacturers and retailers in ensuring consumer safety.
The victim suffered a severe allergic reaction after consuming cookies manufactured by "Cookies United" and sold by Stew Leonard's. The mislabeling led to the presence of allergens, triggering anaphylactic shock and ultimately resulting in the untimely death of the young dancer.
Liz Warner reports.
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