Pampered Chef Ice Cream Scoops Recalled

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with The Pampered Chef, of Addison, Ill., announced Dec. 20 the voluntary recall of ice cream dippers manufactured by The Zeroll Company, Fort Pierce, Fla.

According to CPSC, when the liquid filled ice cream scoop is exposed to warm water, the cap and seal at the end of the scoop handle can fly off with substantial force, posing an impact hazard to anyone nearby.

The Pampered Chef received 16 reports including damage to kitchen items and six reports of personal injuries including lacerations, bruises and redness caused by caps coming off the base of the handle.

The dippers are metallic gray aluminum with a plastic dome-shaped cap on the base of the handle. “Pampered Chef” is imprinted in the cap. The ice cream dippers measure around seven inches in length. A non-toxic liquid is sealed inside the handle of the product which conducts the heat of your hand to more easily scoop hard ice cream
The company states there are about 20,000 units that might contain the faulty cap sold by Pampered Chef consultants and online from July through September 2010 for about $15.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled ice cream dippers and contact The Pampered Chef for instructions on obtaining a replacement or refund. Consumers can also contact their Pampered Chef consultant for replacement and refund information.

For additional information, contact The Pampered Chef toll-free at (877) 917-2433 between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. Monday through Friday and between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Saturday or visit the website at info collection.jsp>. Consumers can also e-mail The Pampered Chef at

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