Recently, an alarming number of Proposition 65 notice filings and lawsuits have targeted restaurants in California. Restaurants must display compliance posters clearly for patrons establishment when serving alcohol or certain menu items. The California Restaurant Association (CRA) has released updated legal guidance on Proposition 65, as well as compliant postings for restaurants in its online store.
Passed in 1986, Proposition 65 was intended to protect the state's water supply from contamination and to protect consumers by requiring companies to post clear warnings about harmful chemicals in products. The regulations can be confusing and finding clear guidance is difficult.
The Industry Insight provides clear information on how Proposition 65 and its reforms work, and how a restaurant can operate in compliance.
The online store offers both a warning poster to be displayed in a conspicuous location in the restaurant, and also the "safe harbor" poster for compliance at establishments with smoking sections.
The posters are produced in conjunction with Labor Law Center, a leading provider of compliance materials. The company has taken full responsibility in assuring the legality of the notices.
The posters cost $8.50 for members and $9.50 for non-members. Purchase posters now.