Melamine Mugs Recalled, Burn Hazard Sited
 
Credit: CPSC.
 
 
Credit: CPSC.

 

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Carlisle FoodService Products, of Oklahoma City, Okla., announced a voluntary recall of about 111,000 Food service beverage cups and mugs.

 

Hazard: The cups and mugs can break when exposed to hot liquids, posing a burn hazard to consumers.

 
 
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Incidents/Injuries: Carlisle has received three reports of cups and mugs breaking. No injuries were reported.

 

Description: The nine models of Carlisle cups and mugs were sold in a variety of sizes from 7 to 16 oz., and in the following colors: white, green, red, brown, black, ocean blue, sand, honey yellow, bone and sunset orange. They are approximately 2 to 3 inches tall and are made of melamine. The name "Carlisle OKC, OK" and model number are imprinted on the bottom, along with "Made in China" and "NSF."

Some may also include the model name and size, ex. "Durus 7 oz cup." Cups and mugs included in this recall are:

 

Name Size Model Number
Sierrus™ Mug 7.8 oz Model # 33056
Durus® Challenge Cup 7.8 oz Model # 43056
Dallas Ware® Stacking Cup 7 oz Model # 43546
Dayton™ Stacking Cup 7 oz Model # 43870
Kingline™ Ovide Cup 7 oz Model # KL300
Kingline™ Stacking Cup 7 oz Model # KL111
Melamine Stackable Mug 8 oz Model # 4510
Cappuccino Mug 12 oz Model # 4812
Cappuccino Mug 16 oz Model # 4816
 
 
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Sold at: Nationally through distributor outlets and online, including food service companies, broadliners and equipment supply distributors. The mugs were sold between January 2011 and January 2012 for between $4 and $10 each.

Manufactured in: China

Remedy: Consumers should stop using the mugs immediately and return them to Carlisle for credit toward a future purchase of Carlisle FoodService Products merchandise. Carlisle will provide instructions for free return shipping.

Consumer Contact: For additional information, contact Carlisle FoodService Products at (800) 217-8859 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. CT Monday through Friday, or visit the firm's website at www.carlislefsp.com/productsafety.