California Proposition 65

Why do some of our products have warning labels?

Since we don’t manufacture these products, we rely on our suppliers to
determine what Proposition 65 information is required for their products. We pass on to our customers the same warnings that are
provided to us by our suppliers.

Some of the products sold on this website are packaged with a warning about significant exposure to chemicals that cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. In accordance with California law, we must disclose this information to allow Californians to make informed decisions about their exposures to these chemicals. These warnings are required under the Proposition 65 warning labeling law and related to a chemical list that can be found on the website.

Does the warning make the product unsafe?

Although Proposition 65 requires a warning label, it is not a product safety law and it doesn’t ban the sale of products requiring the warning label. California Proposition 65 labels can be found in supermarkets, airports, restaurants, coffee shops and now e-commerce sites. Please note, that the Proposition 65 warning does not make the product unsafe.

Still need more information?

Please refer to the Proposition 65 warnings website at or the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) website at