“Proposition 65 warning are only required under California law. “California’s Prop 65 in its simplest terms, requires a label where a product contains a chemical compound that exceeds the Safe Harbor Level. Safe Harbor determinations are based on a person’s exposure to a chemical, assuming daily exposure at that level.” This warning to consumers is typically done with a “warning label” directly onto the merchandise itself. Importers and Retailers therefore, need to test their products (typically done at the production level) for the existence of these chemicals and, if found, are subject to the label requirement. The Prop 65 standards are among the most stringent standards in place anywhere and are often far more stringent than federal standards. According to source from Nowfoods.com, the warning does not automatically mean that the product is unsafe.
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