You Need to Know the Plain Truth About Consumer Reports’ and the American Ceramic Society’s Flawed and Inaccurate Glass Cookware Articles.
World Kitchen is deeply committed to its consumers' safety and satisfaction and believes that consumers deserve accurate information about the safety of the products they purchase and use, including Pyrex glassware. That is why we want you to know about reports mischaracterizing and wrongly disparaging the reliability, durability and excellent safety record of American-made glass cookware made from heat-strengthened soda lime glass, including Pyrex glass cookware. In fact, generations of cooks have safely and reliably used billions of pieces of Pyrex glassware in American kitchens for decades. On behalf of our consumers and our dedicated men and women who are proud to make one of the precious few products still made in the USA, we are vigilant to ensure that consumers, the media and anyone who wants to know about Pyrex glassware has easy access to accurate information.
As part of our unwavering commitment to insist on truthful and accurate reporting about Pyrex glassware and to set the record straight about the serious errors and flaws in these articles, World Kitchen transparently has brought to the attention of Consumer Reports, the American Ceramic Society (ACS) and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the egregious inaccuracies, errors, highly misleading statements, and alarming misinformation in these articles. We want you to know what Consumer Reports and ACS aren't telling you. Click here to get important facts and information about American-made Pyrex glassware's reliability, durability and excellent safety record that these publications did not tell you.
- December 6, 2010 Letter from WK CEO to Consumer Reports
- Dec. 17, 2010 WK Response to Consumer Reports January 2011 Glass Bakeware Article
- January 6, 2011 WK Further Response to Consumer Reports January 2011 Glass Bakeware Article
- September 8, 2011 Letter from WK CEO to Consumer Reports
- September 22, 2012 WK Notice to ACS and Request for Retraction of September 2012 Glass Cookware Feature Story