Starbucks Coffee Press Recall Issued Due to Risk of Shattering, Burns
About 28,000 glass coffee presses sold exclusively at Starbucks are being recalled following reports that they may shatter, resulting in burns and lacerations to users.
The Starbucks coffee press recall was announced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on January 28, due to a potential risk that the glass carafe may fall out of the metal frame. There have been at least four reports of injury associated with the coffee presses, including two minor burns and two lacerations.
The coffee press is designed to brew coffee by putting the ground coffee and hot water in a glass carafe, with the use pushing down the plunger and screen through the water to brew.
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The recall includes the 8-cup Bodum rose gold Chambord locking lid glass coffee carafe presses with SKU number 11029732 printed on a white label under the base. The coffee presses consists of a glass carafe, screen and plunger all held together by a rose gold colored metal frame with a black plastic base. The presses measure roughly 10 inches high by 4 inches in diameter and have “Bodum” and “Made in Portugal” printed on the black plastic base.
The products were manufactured in Portugal by Bodum Portuguesa – Prod. Art. Metalics, SA where they were imported by Starbucks Coffee Company of Seattle Washington and sold exclusively at Starbucks stores nationwide and online at www.starbucks.com from November 2013 through December 2013 for about $40.
The CPSC recommends that customers stop using the recalled presses immediately and return them to the Starbucks store of purchase for a full refund. Customers who ordered the presses online can contact Bodum at 855-378-6864 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting them online at www.bodum.com to receive a free return label to return the coffee presses for a full refund.
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