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California Withdraws Proposed Acrylamide Warnings (Apr '06) California has withdrawn proposed rules that would have required acrylamide warnings for certain food products. The state’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) pulled the measures after “voluminous” public response outpaced statutory requirements. The OEHHA introduced the regulations under the state’s Proposition 65 food safety legislation and fielded them for public comment. With the one-year statutory deadline looming, the OEHHA could not complete the required commentary review and proposal redrafting. By law, the OEHHA had to drop the proposals. However, the OEHHA vowed to submit new proposed regulations within the next 60 days Consumer Warnings Under one proposal, regulatory authority under Proposition 65 would have been explicitly extended to consumer warnings of acrylamide in foods. The ...

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