December 7, 2023

Consumer Products Safety Commission Recalling Mugs

The U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission is recalling certain melamine mugs and cups because they can break when hot liquid is poured into them, making them a burn hazard.

About 111,000 mugs and cups imported by Carlisle FoodService Products of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma are being recalled. There have been three reports of the cups and mugs breaking; no injuries have been reported so far.

The nine models of the cups and mugs were sold in sizes ranging from 7 ounce to 16 ounce. They are about 2 to 3 inches tall and were made in these colors:

  • bone
  • black
  • brown
  • green
  • honey yellow
  • ocean blue
  • red
  • sand
  • sunset orange
  • white

The name “Carlisle OKC, OK” and model number are on the bottom, along with “Made in China” and “NSF”. Some may also have the model name and size on the bottom. You can see all of the mugs and cups at the CPSC site.

These mugs and cups were sold nationally online and through outlets, including food service companies, broadliners and equipment supply distributors, between January 2011 and January 2012 for $4 to $10 each.

If you have purchased one of these mugs or cups, stop using them immediately. Return to Carlisle for credit toward a future purchase. Contact Carlisle FoodService Products at 1-800-217-8859 between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm CST Monday through Friday.

Product Name Size Model Number
Sierrus™ Mug 7.8 ounce Model # 33056
Durus® Challenge Cup 7.8 ounce Model # 43056
Dallas Ware® Stacking Cup 7 ounce Model # 43546
Dayton™ Stacking Cup 7 ounce Model # 43870
Kingline™ Ovide Cup 7 ounce Model # KL300
Kingline™ Stacking Cup 7 ounce Model # KL111
Melamine Stackable Mug 8 ounce Model # 4510
Cappuccino Mug 12 ounce Model # 4812
Cappuccino Mug 16 ounce Model # 4816

The Consumer Products Safety Commission is interested in receiving incident or injury reports associated with these or any defective products. You can make a report at Safer Under federal law, it’s illegal to resell this or any other recalled product.

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