Three Indian-made stainless steel cookware sets sold in the US have been recalled as they pose a burn risk to consumers.

Burn-risk stainless steel cookware recalled in US

Three Indian-made stainless steel cookware sets sold in the US have been recalled as they pose a burn risk to consumers.

Burn-risk stainless steel cookware recalled in US

The products are made by Kraftwares, of Mahalaxmi, Mumbai, and are distributed in the US by Cost Plus.

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission says that the handles on the cookware can break, and create a risk of burning.

The recall involves a four-piece multi-cooker set, a three-piece steamer set and a 1.5 quart egg poacher. They were sold at Cost Plus World Market stores nationwide in August 2009, the multi-cooker set at $30 and the other two at $15.

No injuries have been reported.

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