Formally titled the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, Proposition 65 necessitates that businesses operating or selling products in the state of California must provide “clear and reasonable” warning that their business could potentially expose individuals to one or more of the chemicals or substances on the Proposition 65 list.
The list of substances regulated by Prop 65 has continued to change and expand since it was first released, with updates occurring on an annual basis. The list now includes over 800 chemicals with associated safe harbor levels.
In this white paper, we detail:
Areas of unique labeling:
Food & Beverage
Additional focus areas:
What the new Prop 65 label looks like
Why the amendment was passed
The advantages of a chemical management platform
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