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    • 7/29/2013
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    • 20130627-BCCE4-2147454770
    Incident Description: On Tuesday evening July 25th, 2013 I was cooking with a new Anchor Hocking glass casserole dish and had it in the oven for 25 minutes at a temperature of 350 degrees Fahrenheit. The dish belonged to my sister-in-law who got it as a wedding gift in January. It ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (7/10/2013) This is a response on behalf of Anchor Hocking to CPSC consumer Report ID: 20130627-BCCE4-2147454770, regarding a glass casserole dish, which the consumer identified as being manufactured by Anchor Hocking. The consumer reported that he was cooking with the ... (More)
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    • 11/30/2011
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    • 20111030-74F16-2147473796
    Incident Description: I partially fried chicken thighs before attending parent/teacher conferences and I placed the pra-cooked chicken in a glass Anchor Hocking baking dish. I was gone for approx 1 hour and 45 mins. Upon returning home, I preheated the oven to 300 degrees and ... (More)
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    (11/15/2011) Anchor Hocking is proud that its products have been a safe and reliable part of American kitchens for generations. In fact, with annual production of glass bakeware in excess of 30 million pieces, Anchor Hocking has a failure rate of less than two-thousandths ... (More)
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