Recently, OEHHA changed the language of the required Prop 65 warning labels. These changes took effect on August 30, 2018. At the same time, OEHHA clarified that manufacturers have the primary responsibility for providing Prop 65 warnings, although fines can be levied all along the supply chain, from manufacturers to distributors to commercial kitchens.
In October, more than 150 members of Congress wrote Lighthizer urging him to establish a process that allows U.S. companies to request an exclusion from List 3, consistent from those created for Lists 1 and 2. The exclusion process for List 1 ended Oct. 9. Exclusion requests for items on List 2 are due by Dec. 18.
While the word “manufacturing” may bring sprawling complexes and production facilities to mind, the truth of the matter is much of the power of today’s innovation, revenue and employment lies with small manufacturing organizations.
Albers opened its doors in 1966. Since then, they have evolved into a full-service NSF stainless steel fabricator for the foodservice industry.
The PPI program measures the average change over time in the selling prices received by domestic producers for their output.
ENERGY STAR® will be hosting a commercial food service (CFS) stakeholder workshop on Sunday, May 20, 2018 from 1:00-3:00pm CT during the National Restaurant Association (NRA) Show; EPA is working on the development of the ENERGY STAR Final Version 1.1 Commercial Coffee Brewers specification; and EPA is moving forward with development of the Draft 1 Version 3.0 specification.