Laceration Hazard in Roasting Pans Prompts Recall from Bradshaw

Laceration Hazard in Roasting Pans Prompts Recall from Bradshaw
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September 17, 2015

A piece of kitchen equipment that poses a laceration hazard is being recalled by the manufacturer.

Bradshaw International is issuing the recall for Good Cook Jumbo Roaster roasting pans. The laceration hazard stems from an incorrect finish applied to the pans, which can result in jagged edges. Almost 150,000 pans are included in the recall.

The pans, each stamped from a single piece of metal to form built-in handles, are oval and gray. Each handle has a series of indentations and the interior of the pan has ridges in the bottom. The roasters were sold individually in packages labeled "Jumbo Roaster." UPC number 0-76753-04315-1 or 0-41220-32403-3 can be found on the back of the package.

The Good Cook Jumbo Roaster was sold at grocery stores nationwide from August 2014 to October 2014 for between $6 and $10.

Bradshaw International has received three reports of roasters with sharp edges causing cuts on the fingers of users.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled roasting pans and contact Bradshaw International for a free replacement pan.

Customers can reach Bradshaw at (800) 421-6290.