The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Starbucks Corp. on Tuesday announced a voluntary recall of a coffee grinder sold by the coffeehouse giant, saying the machine can turn on or off unexpectedly, posing a “laceration hazard.” The commission said it has received 176 reports of grinders that failed to turn off or that turned on unexpectedly. Three people said they suffered hand lacerations when the grinder turned on while they were cleaning it.The grinder was sold for about ...
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