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Linden’s recalls chocolate chip cookies for undeclared milk

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NEW YORK — New York-based company Linden's recalled its chocolate chip cookies because they contain milk that's not listed in the ingredients.

Two Linden's products — The Mini Chocolate Chippers (2 oz. and 1.1 oz.) and 3 Large Chocolate Chip Pack (1.75 oz.)  with the "sell by" dates of Feb. 8, 2017 through March 28, 2017, and Dec. 14 through Deb. 1, 2017— contain undeclared milk, according to the Food and Drug Administration. The manufacturer initiated the recall after finding milk was not listed with the raw ingredients.

Linden's Chocolate Chipper were recalled for undeclared milk. (The Food and Drug Administration)

Linden's Chocolate Chipper were recalled for undeclared milk. (The Food and Drug Administration)

Linden's chocolate chip cookies were recalled for undeclared milk. (The Food and Drug Administration)

Linden's chocolate chip cookies were recalled for undeclared milk. (The Food and Drug Administration)

Anyone allergic to milk can get a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they eat the cookies.

The chocolate chip cookies are sold in eight states including New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.

There has been no reported illnesses, but the company is recalling the products as a precaution.

Linden Cookies is a family-owned business from Congers, New York.

Anyone who purchased one of the recalled products can return it for a full refund.