Prop 65 Roundup - February 2024

Prop 65 Counsel: What To Know

Pacific Market’s Trendy Stanley Cups Contain Lead, Suit Says
Pacific Market International was hit with a proposed false advertising class action in California state court Thursday by four women who allege that its trendy, Stanley-branded drinking tumblers that have gone viral and skyrocketed in popularity thanks to its brand partnerships with social media influencers, contain lead.

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SF Tunisian Restaurant, Gola, is Unable To Use its Namesake Clay Pots

San Francisco Chronicle

When asked if improper glazing poses any risks to restaurant customers, a California Department of Public Health spokesperson said it did not have that information, and recommended consumers check manufacturer information about respective product risks and uses. California requires a Proposition 65 warning on products with chemicals linked to cancer and reproductive harm through regular exposure. The warning can appear on products like furniture treated with flame retardants, metal jewelry made with cadmium, and even home dinnerware.

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OEHHA Notices

2024 Carcinogen Identification Committee Meeting

The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) will convene a meeting of the Carcinogen Identification Committee (CIC) on February 27, 2024. This public meeting will be held from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, or until all business is conducted. Presentations and discussions will address (a) enzyme polymorphisms and susceptibility to carcinogenicity and (b) proposal to streamline several sections of cancer hazard identification documents. Background materials for the meeting will be posted on the OEHHA website before the meeting. No listing decisions will be made at this meeting.

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