California Prop 65
What is California’s Prop 65?
The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement act of 1986, is a law in which the California Health and Safety Code requires discloser to California consumer’s possible exposure to listed chemicals by the state.
Better known as Prop 65, the consumers right to know, the law not only applies to water, but also consumer goods; such as food, clothing, toys, supplements and more.
Additional details and information regarding Prop 65 can be found on the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) – http://www.oehha.ca.gov/prop65.html.
Proposition 65 warnings are found throughout California, such as restaurants, grocery stores, hotels, bars, schools, hospitals, and theme parks.
Are products with a Prop 65 warning safe?
Companies may include a Prop 65 warning on products for several different reasons. There are over 800 actively updated testing requirements included in Prop 65. Many of the listed requirements can be found naturally. Environmental and farming practices such as air, soil, and water can be contributing factors. As a result, these chemicals can be found in commonly eaten foods and throughout the food supply.
What is Momentous doing regarding Proposition 65?
All Momentous products are third party and independently tested by NSF (www.NSF.org) and Informed Sport. Through these certifications, every production batch is tested and screened for banned substances, pesticides, heavy metals, label claims and purity.
- Annual audits of our manufacturing facility
- Toxicological review of ingredients and verification that the product meets the claims and contents shown on the label.
- Testing for harmful levels of contaminants, such as heavy metals, pesticides, mold, and more.
Momentous and our team of dietitians believe strongly in sourcing and including the best possible ingredients in every Momentous product. We test and certify each product to the highest industry standards required by professional athletes. Please feel free to reach out to us directly at email@example.com if you have any specific Prop 65 questions or product inquiries.