The recall involves product Nos. 60813/60821 and 60814/60821.
The company, a division of Hasbro Inc., said it had received no reports of illnesses related to the product in the United States but there was one report in Canada.
The sets were sold in a purple and pink box with the Easy-Bake logo on the outside and included a white cookie mix, icing mix, two food decorating pens and four cookie cutters.
Major toy stores and mass merchandise outlets nationwide sold the product beginning in November 2001 and for about $6.99.
Consumers may call 800-327-8264 or go to easybake.com for information on how to return these products for a replacement item of comparable value.
Indumar Seafood Corp. of Weston, Fla., recalled 16-ounce plastic containers of Caribe fresh crab claw meat imported from Venezuela because it may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
The recalled product was available for purchase between March 18 and April 10, and distributed to retail outlets in Georgia, Texas, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New York.
The crab meat is packed in clear plastic containers with blue printing. They have no code numbers or expiration dates.
The company said it had received no reports of illness.
The problem was discovered through routine sampling by the Food and Drug Administration.
Consumers are advised to return the product to place of purchase for a full refund.
Swatt Baking Co. of Olean, N.Y., recalled 16-ounce loaves of Salt Rising Bread because of possible undeclared milk protein, which could pose an allergy hazard for some people.
The recalled loaves have a sell-by date of 12-18 (2002) and were sold through retail stores and direct delivery in Western New York and Northwest Pennsylvania.
The recall was initiated after routine sampling by New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets.
The company said no illnesses have been linked to the bread to date.
Consumers are advised to return the recalled loaves to place of purchase.
Rhee Brothers Inc. of Columbia, Md., recalled 6.34-ounce packages of Chamdel Korean cookies because they may contain undeclared milk protein, posing the risk of allergic reaction in some people.
The cookies were distributed in retail stores on the East Coast and bear the code 09762K.
The company said it has received no reports of illnesses associated with the cookies.
The problem was discovered through routine sampling by New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets.
Consumers are advised to return the cookies to place of purchase for full refund. For more information, call 410-381-9000.
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