When a shrapnel-launching home juicer rended the health-conscious fabric of fresh-juice enthusiasts’ existence, the federal government took things seriously.

And on Oct. 28, six years after juicers made by Mirama Enterprises Inc. strafed dozens of would-be juice connoisseurs, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a trial court ruling that Mirama, upon learning of the explosions, should have notified the government of the problems.

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