A US company has recalled cribs made in China, Taiwan and Indonesia after two babies reportedly died in them, Reuters reported. Delta Enterprises recalled about 1.6 million cribs but did not give details on the deaths. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said he had no information on the cribs, but added that China takes product safety very seriously, especially where children are concerned. Qin said China would act on any complaints. The China National Furniture Association said it was not aware of the recall, but said it is possible that the safety risks were in the design of the cribs, not in their manufacturing. The crib recall comes as China continues to deal with the scandal over contaminated milk, which has killed at least four children.