Nintendo is well known for their copyright strikes, however you may not have expected them to shut down a bakery. However, according to a report from TorrentFreak, Nintendo’s anti-piracy division has done just that. This group, that normally keeps a watchful eyes on memorabilia, App Store games, and the like decided to target a Chinese company charged with making delicious, copyright-infringing confections. A message concerning the matter from the company states the action was “out of concern that unauthorized cookies could pose possible health and safety issues to consumers.” Ultimately, this act will protect their liability in case a gaming fan were to eventually get ill from a food-poisoned poison mushroom. This anti-piracy move is part of a broader copyright crackdown in Asia — more than 1,400 pieces of counterfeit Super Mario merchandise from one company alone has been seized.