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Pyrex glass pan approx 9x13
Cookware & Tableware
Nonmetal Cookware (Nonelectric) (461)
World Kitchen, LLC    
12/1/2010 This date is an estimate
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.
Incident, No Injury
53 years
Comment from World Kitchen, LLC 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 applicable durability and testing protocols and is not the subject of an associated recall or other corrective action. As set forth below, Corelle Brands does not believe that the product presents a defect, quality issue or safety hazard or any other problem in any respect.
Upon receiving this report, Corelle Brands immediately searched its database for any contact and/or information received from the customer, and confirmed that the customer has not contacted us regarding this matter. Please note though, that within his report, the customer states he removed the hot dish from his oven and placed it on a granite countertop. However, user instructions are provided both on the product packaging and online, and they expressly and prominently advise users to avoid placing a hot dish on a cool surface, such as a granite countertop.
Although the customer’s reported problem does not reflect a quality or safety issue presented by the product, we nevertheless have a strong commitment to customer satisfaction and will follow up with the customer.
Again, customer satisfaction and safety is Corelle Brands’ top priority, and we encourage all our customers to contact us at any time, whether by phone or email. Thank you again for the notification and the opportunity to provide this response.

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