February 19, 2020

Starbucks Recalls Bodum Recycled Coffee Presses For Lacteration Hazard

Starbucks is recalling Bodum recycled coffee presses because they pose a laceration hazard. The product is called Bodum + Starbucks Recycled Coffee Presses. The coffee press’ plunger knob can break and expose the metal rod in the center.

Starbucks Recalls Bodum Recycled Coffee Presses For Lacteration Hazard

There have been eight reports of the plunger’s knob breaking in the U.S. and one report in Canada, which resulted in lacerations and puncture injuries.

About 230,000 units were sold in the United States, and 33,200 units were sold in Canada. ┬áThe 8-cup French coffee press’ cylindrical glass beaker, screen, and plunger are held in place by a plastic dark gray frame with locking lid and light gray handle and knob. It measures about 9 inches high and 4 inches at the diameter.

The SKU number on the product is 011063549, printed on a white label art the bottom of the base. “Bodum” and “Made in Portugal” are embossed on the bottom of the dark gray plastic base. It was imported by Starbucks Corporation of Seattle, Washington.

This product was sold at Starbucks stores nationwide and online at Starbucks.com for November 2016 through January 2019. The price of the unit was about $20.

If you purchased this product, stop using it immediately. Contact Starbucks for information on how to return the coffee press. You will received a full refund in the form of a store credit. Returns will not be accepted in stores.

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