Dancer rla Baxendale Googled Ingredients Before Eating Fatal Cookie E! NEWS

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  • Her friends rushed her to the hospital and used her EpiPen, per the outlet, but she sadly didn't make it.Stew Leonard Jr.—the CEO of the supermarket chain that sold the desserts—said they were not informed that the supplier had changed the recipe from soy nuts to peanuts..
  • "Unfortunately, considering the tragedy of these circumstances, we need to point out that Stew Leonard's was notified by Cookies United in July of 2023 that this product now contains peanuts and all products shipped to them have been labeled accordingly," Cookies United said in a Jan. 23 press release..
  • "Because Orla was so vigilant and so careful with everything she touched, she actually Googled 'soy nut,' which is on the package," her attorney Marijo Adimey told ABC News, "wanting to make sure that a soy nut wasn't a nut.".
  • At a social gathering earlier this month, Baxendale went into anaphylactic shock due to a severe allergic reaction from eating a cookie that contained peanuts—although the label did not disclose the ingredient, her lawyer said..
  • In response, the manufacturer Cookies United publicly shared a note the company allegedly sent out months prior, informing vendors they were adding peanuts as an ingredient in the holiday cookies..
  • "The supermarket recalled mislabeled cookies that had been sold from Nov. 6 to Dec. 31 at their stores in Danbury and Newington, Conn.Baxendale's family has not spoken out about the incident, but have been communicating their grief through their lawyer..
New details are emerging aboutrla Baxendales final moments.The New York dancer, who diedJan. 11 at age 25, took precautions to prevent her death, according to her family attorney.At a social [+857 chars]

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