Posted by: Steven M. Taber | March 30, 2018

California Judge Says Coffee Must Carry Prop 65 Warning Label Because of Acrylamide.

In a proposed statement of decision after trial regarding California’s Proposition 65, which requires warning labels on consumer products that contain certain chemicals that may cause cancer or reproductive harm, a judge in Los Angeles Superior Court stated that coffee requires such a warning. When coffee is roasted, acrylamide,a chemical listed by California, is created. If this this ruling stands, California coffee must carry the Prop 65 warning.
 
The parties have until April 10, 2018, within which to file any objections. If no objections are filed by April 10, 2018, 2018, then this proposed statement shall become the Statement of Decision for the case. 2018.03.28 Proposed Statement of Decision after Trial (Prop 65 Coffee Case)
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