New Ruling on Acrylamide Brings Breakfast Back to the Table – First Coffee, Now Cereal

[Author note: this post was written by Wendel Rosen attorney Wendy Manley.]   Just weeks after a court determined that a Proposition 65 (Prop 65) warning is required for acrylamide in coffee, a California appellate court ruled a warning is NOT required for acrylamide in breakfast cereals.  Acrylamide is listed as a carcinogen by theContinue reading “New Ruling on Acrylamide Brings Breakfast Back to the Table – First Coffee, Now Cereal”

NCSLA 2018 Annual Conference

Wendel Rosen attorney, Eugene Pak, will be attending the National Conference of State Liquor Administrators in Waikoloa, Hawaii from June 17-20, 2018. He’ll be there to hear all about “Regulatory Strategies for an Innovative Marketplace” – this year’s conference theme – and we can’t wait to get his take on it when he returns toContinue reading “NCSLA 2018 Annual Conference”

New Product Labeling Requirements for Coffee

[This post was written by Wendel Rosen environmental attorney Wendy Manley.]   Coffee drinkers were pleasantly surprised recently to learn their daily beverage may afford a number of health benefits. The beverage contains antioxidants and nutrients, and may protect against Type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and liver cancer. Make that a double latte, please.            Continue reading “New Product Labeling Requirements for Coffee”