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Prop 65: Coffee Doomed?
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Jack Ryan
2015-04-13 21:49:30 UTC
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http://blog.vournascoffee.com/?p=364 read it all for the scoop

The No Significant Risk Level, or Safe Harbor, for acrylamide is .2 µg/day.
The coffee industry cannot get around acrylamide. Currently, there are no ways to
remove it, reduce it or alter it.
Eli the Bearded
2015-04-13 21:56:12 UTC
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Post by Jack Ryan
http://blog.vournascoffee.com/?p=364 read it all for the scoop
"Posted on April 1, 2013"

Not exactly fresh news. And that particular date line gives one pause.

Elijah
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recognizes "scoop" could just be for pun value
Frank
2015-04-13 22:46:30 UTC
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Post by Jack Ryan
http://blog.vournascoffee.com/?p=364 read it all for the scoop
The No Significant Risk Level, or Safe Harbor, for acrylamide is .2 µg/day.
The coffee industry cannot get around acrylamide. Currently, there are no ways to
remove it, reduce it or alter it.
So's wine.
Look at the NSRL for acetaldehyde.

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