A baby food maker is being recalled after hundreds of reports of the glass bowl shattering, causing a laceration hazard.

Beaba is recalling 5,000 Babycook Neo steam cooker/blenders sold in the U.S. 

Beaba has received about 300 reports of the glass bowl shattering, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. At least three people had minor injuries.

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The Babycook Neo steam cooker/blenders were sold at dozens of popular stores and online outlets including Buy Buy Baby and Bed Bath & Beyond.

Beaba Babycook Neo steam cooker/blenders
Beaba Babycook Neo steam cooker/blenders
Beaba

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Babycook Neo and throw away the bowl, Beaba said. But keep the lid and blade, and contact Beaba for a free replacement bowl. 

The affected bowls were sold between July 2018 and February 2019. They have a label on the bottom that says “Ref:912645” or “Ref:912646."

Beaba says a proof of purchase will be required. That can include a receipt, an order confirmation, or a fulfilled request on a baby registry.

Call Beaba toll-free at 855-602-3222 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday. Consumers can also email Beaba at contact@beabausa.com or they can go online at www.BeabaUSA.com/recall and submit a request.