May 25, 2011
- Walmart Recalls GE Food Processors Due to Laceration and Fire Hazard
This recall involves GE-branded digital, 14-cup food processors. The food processors are black with stainless steel trim, and model number 169203 is imprinted on the underside of the unit.
February 16, 2011
- LEM Products Recalls Food Dehydrators Due to Fire Hazard
This recall involves 5-tray and 10-tray LEM food dehydrators with serial numbers 2010 0701, 2010 0702, 2010 07021, 2010 0901, 2010 0902, 2010 1001 or 2010 1101. The dehydrators are gray and are made of plastic. The LEM logo is embossed on the top of the unit. The serial number is located on the label on the back panel. The last section of the UPC code found in the packaging reads “1009 1” for the 5-tray unit and “1010 7” for the 10-tray unit.
January 20, 2011
- Food Dehydrator Recalled by NESCO American Harvest Due to Fire Hazard
The recalled product includes a base with stackable trays to place food. The top of the unit houses the electronic control module. Model number FD-1020 and production date codes: 09E 0610; 09E 0624; and 09E 0903 are molded into the underside of the dehydrator's electronic control module.
January 21, 2010
- Lifetime Brands Recalls Fruit and Vegetable Choppers Due to Laceration Hazard; Sold at Sam's Club
The recalled product is the Pedrini® Pro Chop™ Professional Multipurpose Chopper with model number 5061050 and UPC 024131114849. The product is a multipurpose chopper and corer for fruits and vegetables. The model number and UPC are located on the chopper’s packaging.
December 19, 2006
- Lifetime Brands Inc. Recalls Farberware® Fruit Slicer and Corer Due to Laceration Hazard
The recalled product is the Farberware® Classic Series™ Fruit Slicer and Corer with model number 78350. The model number is written on the packaging. The fruit slicer/corer is an eight-section round metal blade encircled in hard black plastic with two handles. “FARBERWARE” is printed on the top of the handle.
September 7, 2005
- Ultimate Chopper LLC Recall to Inspect and Replace Food Processors
The Ultimate Chopper is a compact, single-speed food processor that can also function as a blender when an optional attachment is used with the base. The product is comprised of a white base unit with a 600 watt motor (750 watts peak power), a plastic blade assembly that contains two stainless steel blades, a chopping bowl, and a clear, interlocking lid. The name "Ultimate Chopper" is stamped on the product's base. The optional blender attachment is sold separately.
June 24, 2003
- QVC Inc. Recall of Food Choppers
June 24, 2003
- Ontel Products Recall of Food Slicer
October 5, 2000
- Food Processors Recalled by KitchenAid
April 8, 1997
- Food Dehydrators Recall/Replace by K-Tel International (USA)