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    • 2/23/2017
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    • 20170124-F9955-2147407730
    Incident Description: Was mixing wet ingredients for gluten free cookies in the processor. (Eggs, pumpkin, applesauce, dates, lemon juice) heard a little bit of a click as it was mixing, then all of a sudden, the mix and the blade went flying out all over the room. The blade broke ... (More)
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    • 1/6/2017
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    • 20161213-B1532-2147409578
    Incident Description: As I was making my children their smoothies I noticed that their was something bizarre in the food processor. When I turned the food processor off, pouring the kids smoothies into glasses as I looked for the mystery item, I found an entries chunk of the blade ... (More)
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    • 8/15/2016
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    • 20160617-E8B01-1576936
    Incident Description: (06/10/2016) The consumer stated that she was washing the blade and noticed a piece missing. She looked in the food that she had chopped and saw a 1/2 piece of metal from the blade. (06/10/2016) The consumer contacted the firm. She spoke with [REDACTED] ... (More)
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