Following the flour recall by ADM Milling Co. for a possible E. coli contamination, Brand Castle is recalling cookie and brownie mixes that used recalled flour as an ingredient in the mixes because they also may be contaminated with E. coli.

The recall affects 25-ounce and 32-ounce glass jars of cookie and brownie mix. Labels of the recalled cookie and brownie mixes can be viewed here.

Included in the recall is Brand Castle’s Arctic Chill Chocolate Mint Cookie Mix with a UPC code of 6-54448-01035-2 and a lot code of L6112618. It was distributed in Ohio as a product sample. The company is also recalling its Brand Castle Hot Cocoa Cookie Mix with a UPC code of 6-54448-01036-9 and a lot code of L5111918. It was shipped to stores in Alabama, New York, and South Carolina. Also, recalled was Sisters Gourmet Million Dollar Cookie Mix with a UPC code of 6-54448-00002-5 and a lot code of L2121818. It was distributed to retail locations in Minnesota, Missouri, and New York.

The brownie mixes that were recalled include Sisters Gourmet Billion Dollar Brownie Mix with a UPC code of 6-54448-00017-9 and a lot code of 31OCT2019BC8324. It was distributed to retail stores in Missouri and Utah. Also, recalled was In the Mix Chocolate Mint Chip Cookie Mix with a UPC code of 6-54448-01081-9 and a lot code of LM101518. It was shipped to retail locations in Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska. The company is also recalling Brand Castle The Grinch Sugar Cookie Mix with Sprinkles with a UPC code of 6-54448-01038-3 and a lot code of 25JUL2019BC8324. It was distributed in Ohio.

Consumers that have purchased the recalled cookie and brownie mixes should return it to the retailer for a full refund, or they should discard the product, or contact Brand Castle with the proof of purchase of a full refund.

Questions about the recall can be directed to Brand Castle at 216-292-7700 ext. 331, Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EST or by emailing jonn.cotter@brandcastle.com.

The company has not received any reports of illness due to the recalled products. The company is not recalling any other products produced at its facility.

E. coli can cause stomach cramps, diarrhea, which is often bloody, and vomiting. In more severe cases, it can cause kidney failure known as Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS). HUS is most likely to occur in children and elderly adults and can lead to serious kidney damage or even death.