Prop 65 workgroup
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment has formed a Proposition 65 Food Warning Workgroup and appointed 15 stakeholders, including American Herbal Products Association President Michael McGuffin, according to an AHPA release May 19. The workgroup is intended to help businesses provide necessary warnings for Proposition 65 listed chemicals in food. Other members of the group represent food retailers, food manufacturers, environmental and consumer organizations, food growers and enforcement agencies...
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