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How are customers notified of a Cuisinart recall?

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The Cuisinart website has information posted about product recalls. As of 2015, the only recall listed for a Cuisinart product is for a laceration hazard from the company's 7-cup food processors.

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Companies are not required to directly notify consumers when a product has been recalled. Recalled products are not allowed to be sold and must be removed from stores. Recalls.gov compiles product recalls from six federal agencies into a searchable database. This government service also provides an option to receive notifications through email or Twitter about new product recalls. The Consumer Product Safety Commission is responsible for the safety of consumer products sold in the United States, and it releases notifications to news and wire services when announcing a new product recall.

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