The pitchers and tumblers “are roughly glazed, with streaks of dark brown clay showing through the variegated green finish,” reports the FDA, which leaves out details such as pictures and where the product was manufactured. See the link for details on how to return the set.
Meanwhile, about 235,000 Football Helmet Chin Straps are being recalled by Nike Inc. because they can break during contact, reports the Consumer Product Safety Commission. There have been 18 reports of the straps breaking, resulting in two concussions, two facial lacerations requiring stitches and a broken nose, reports the CPSC.
The Chinese-made chin straps were sold from April 2006 through October 2007 at Nike’s website and sporting good stores nationwide.
I never thought I’d say something good about the CPSC, but at least these guys provide pictures and where products are made.