Hammond v Gourmet Home Products, LLC
Joseph D. Agliozzo, Law Corporation
Gourmet Home Products, LLC
3.1. For all Covered Products manufactured on and after the Effective Date, for those
Covered Products sold to California consumers, GHP shall not sell the Covered
Product in the future and shall not resume sales of the Covered Product in
California unless the product is a “Reformulated Covered Product” as defined in
Paragraph 3.2 or unless GHP provides a Compliant Warning as defined in
Paragraph 3.3 for any non-reformulated Covered Product that it sells in
California. Compliance with this Settlement Agreement by GHP shall constitute
compliance under Proposition 65 with regard to Covered products sold, offered
for sale, imported, manufactured or otherwise distributed after the Effective Date.
3.2. For purposes of this Settlement Agreement, “Reformulated Covered Products”
are Covered Products containing no more than 1,000 parts per million (0.1%)DEHP in any accessible component (“accessible component” is defined as any
component that could be touched by a person during reasonably foreseeable use).
In order to determine compliance with this reformulation standard, GHP may rely
on third party testing from an accredited laboratory.