California’s Prop 65 requires warnings on products containing chemicals believed by the state of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. One of the chemicals on the Prop 65 list is acrylamide which is found in roasted coffee beans and beverages brewed from them. The California Office of Environmental Health Hazzard Assessment (OEHHA) has found that drinking coffee does not pose a significant cancer risk, despite the presence of acrylamide. The agency is accepting comments on the proposed regulation that coffee does not require a Prop 65 warning. We are asking that you submit comments in support of OEHHA’s proposal.