There is a lawsuit making its way through the Los Angeles court system that wants companies who make or sell coffee to warn consumers that there is a potential carcinogen created in coffee brewing that could cause cancer. As part of Proposition 65 in 1986, California businesses need to warn customers that there could be a risk involved in consumption or use of a product. So the lawsuit claims that customers need to be warned about coffee consumption. When I first read this article, I asked 'what are they thinking?'
First of all, there are plenty of other things in this world that could cause us cancer - lets start with sunshine, drinking water, inhaling air, eating, and more.
Second, we do not need more regulation that would increase the cost of doing business.
Third, there is no proof that the chemical, Acrylamide, involved is even a carcinogen.
So as someone who has wondered, from
Obviously the lawsuit was filed by someone who is not like me and doesn't have any dependence on their morning cup of joe.
I would seriously like to take the money wasted in this lawsuit and especially the legal fees, be put into something useful, like a cure for cancer.