ROSSLYN, VA. — Ten years after Toll House refrigerated cookie dough was recalled in connection with a food-borne illness outbreak, Nestle USA has launched two cookie varieties safe to be eaten raw.

Flagged “Edible” in large print, the refrigerated cookie dough is available in chocolate chip and peanut butter chocolate chip cookie monster varieties.

In June 2009, Nestle recalled cookie dough after 72 people in 30 states were sickened by an E. coli strain linked to the product. The pathogen eventually was traced to flour in the dough and helped generate awareness of the risks of eating anything containing raw flour.