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Prop 65 Labeling Exemption Degree Of Difficulty Higher In Proposed Amendment

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California's proposed Prop 65 changes would impact how supplement and food manufacturers and other firms test samples of products and how they calculate the “average” rate of human exposure to a substance, says food and drug attorney George Gigounas.

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