California Assembly Bill No. 1200 (AB1200) Cookware Disclosure
About California AB1200
California’s AB 1200 requires manufacturers of listed cookware to disclose select chemicals if they are being intentionally added to the products’ food contact surfaces or handles to achieve a functional result, regardless of the amount added.
As manufacturing and regulatory practices have evolved, so have Instant Brand products. We routinely test our products for harmful chemicals at internationally recognized third-party testing laboratories. This testing confirms that our products comply with applicable federal and state safety regulations including FDA requirements for food contact material safety.
PTFE, PFA and FEP are all fluoropolymers that create a non-stick surface on the food-contact surface of cookware and bakeware products. Although inert solids, PTFE, PFA and FEP are classified as PFAS substances and must be disclosed.
Given that PFAS is a broad categorization that includes thousands of fluorochemicals, we recommend visiting the below source to learn more about the different types of PFAS substances.
Authoritative List: CECBP - Priority Chemicals
For more information about chemicals in this product, visit: https://calsafer.dtsc.ca.gov/cms/candidatechemical/?rid=22892