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Bed Bath & Beyond Mugs Could Cause Burns, Lacerations

The Consumer Product Safety Commission website  warns that mugs sold at Bed Bath & Beyond, nationwide, are being recalled because they may crack or break when hot liquids are poured into them. Thus, posing serious burn and laceration hazards to consumer.

Lifetime Brands is recalling about 150,000 of the Fitz and Floyd Nevaeh White Can mugs (pictured below) after reports of cracked mugs containing hot liquids with one report of minor burns.

Image: Sarasota Country Action News

About The Recall

The following products with the following UPC codes are involved in the recall:

ProductUPC
Individual Mug742414338057 and 742414391175
4-piece Dinnerware Set742414375946

The mugs were sold in stores and online at bedbathandbeyond.com between January 2013 and April 2019. Mugs came both individually packaged and as a 4-piece dinnerware set that retailed for $30.

If you have one of the recalled mugs, you should stop using it immediately and contact the company for a free replacement at 888-561-2269.

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