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    • 2/4/2020
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    • 20191225-875C4-2147375817
    Incident Description: I baked a Christmas dish in a glass Pyrex pan at 450 degrees. When I took it from the oven and placed it on the granite counter, all 4 sides of the dish exploded outward, shattering and spraying glass in all directions.
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    (1/24/2020) Corelle Brands, LLC (“Corelle Brands”), appreciated receiving this 6A report on January 13, 2020 (“Report No. 20191225-875C4-2147375817” or “report”), and the opportunity to provide a response to the Commission. Importantly, the product complies with ... (More)
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    • 7/11/2019
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    • 20190503-4634B-1870375
    Incident Description: The submitter is reporting the product for posing an ingestion hazard. He said during a gathering one of his guest ate a piece of plastic that came from the plate. Upon inspection he noticed the plate’s surface was bubbled and it appeared that the plastic ... (More)
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