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Enesco Voluntarily Recalls “Any Wine Will Do” Ceramic Wine Goblet
800-4-ENESCO, ext. 5720
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - April 9, 2012 – Enesco, LLC announced today that it is voluntarily recalling the ONIM “Any Wine Will Do” ceramic wine goblets, SKU # 4026171. Enesco is recalling the “Any Wine Will Do” wine goblets because, through its internal compliance and independent laboratory product testing program, it became aware that the wine goblets may exceed the Food and Drug Administration’s (“FDA”) guidance levels for leachable lead and cadmium. Enesco sold approximately 300 of the “Any Wine Will Do” wine goblets to retail stores in AR, CA, CO, FL, HI, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MD, MO, MI, MS, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NY, OH, OR, PA, SD, TX, VA, VT, WA and WI. No illness related to this product has been reported. The recall only applies to this item and no other ONIM products are affected.
Specifically the product that is subject to this recall is the ONIM “Any Wine Will Do” wine goblet pictured below. The wine goblet is a white ceramic goblet with the word “wine” painted on the exterior and interior in multiple colors. The phrases “Any Wine Will Do” and “I Would Like To Apologize In Advance For My Behavior Tonight” appear on the front and back in a yellow circle surrounded by black and white checks. The wine goblet is usually on display at retailers, but it is delivered to retailers in a white box with a label that contains: a picture of the front of the wine goblet, the Our Name Is Mud® logo, a product description of “Any Wine Goblet,” the SKU # 4026171 and Enesco LLC’s name.
Consumers who purchased the wine goblet should return them to the place of purchase for a full refund or contact Enesco at (800) 4 ENESCO, ext. 5720 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details on the recall.
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