California Assembly Bill No. 1200 (AB1200) Cookware Disclosure
About California AB 1200
California’s AB 1200 requires manufacturers of listed cookware to make certain disclosures about their products based on whether certain chemicals are intentionally added to the products’ food contact components and handles.
What are the requirements of California AB 1200?
The cookware disclosure requirement of California AB 1200 is found in the California Health & Safety Code beginning in Section 109010. As of January 1, 2024, manufacturers of cookware sold in the state containing one or more intentionally added chemicals from a designated list of chemicals are required to identify those chemicals on the product label. This law also requires, beginning January 1, 2023, cookware manufacturers to identify such chemicals on its website.
“Cookware” means items used to prepare, dispense, or store food, foodstuffs, or beverages: pot, pans, skillets, grills, baking sheets, baking molds, trays, bowls and cooking utensils.
“Intentionally added” means that the manufacturer has intentionally added the chemical to the product and the chemical has a functional or technical effect in the product.
The Legacy Companies Safety Commitment for Food
At The Legacy Companies we are committed to meeting all the regulatory standards required to protect our customers. We also continually work to go even further than the regulatory standards, when we become aware of a valued change we can make to improve the safety in the materials of our products.
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