The lid on the dutch oven can explode while it is inside the oven, posing injury and burn hazards to the consumer.
This recall involves the Greenpan Simmerlite Dutch Oven with Lid. The product was sold in six sizes, 3.5Q-7.0Q, and two colors: Black Metallic and Smokey Sky Blue. The top of the lid says “THE DUTCH OVEN” and “GREENPAN.” The bottom of the lid states “Dishwasher Safe. The Dutch Oven Designed and Engineered in Belgium.” The bottom of the oven states “Original GreenPan with Magneto2 Induction Technology All Heat Sources Including Induction.” There is a four-digit date code laser etched onto the back of the sidehandles. The UPC code is printed on the bottom of the box under the barcode.
|Recalled Product Name||UPC Code|
|GreenPan Simmerlite 3.5Q covered dutch oven||885837016505|
|GreenPan Simmerlite 4.5Q covered dutch oven||885837016512|
|GreenPan Simmerlite 5.5Q covered (round) dutch oven||885837016529|
|GreenPan Simmerlite 7Q covered dutch oven||885837017922|
|GreenPan Simmerlite 6.5Q oval dutch oven||885837017939|
|GreenPan SimmerLite 5.5Q oval dutch oven||885837019681|
Consumers should stop using the recalled Dutch Ovens immediately and contact Cookware Company for a full refund or a free replacement glass lid.
The firm has received four consumer reports of incidents, including three reports of the lid exploding while the product was inside the oven, resulting in one report of property damage. No injuries have been reported.
The Cookware Company (USA) LLC, of Irvington, New York
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