In other news from the west coast, the California Proposition 65 law requires that businesses advise consumers about possible exposure to toxins listed by the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA).  Last month, OEHHA added bisphenol A (BPA), which is used in plastics and the protective lining of cans, bottles and jar lids, to the list.  Although it was originally believed that the law was not meant for restaurants and solely applied to manufacturers, packagers, importers and distributors, a number of legal experts now caution that the tentacles of the law could reach into the restaurant industry and some are recommending that owners consider including the OEHHA warning.  The law requires the warning be posted at the point of sale to allow the consumer to see it before they made a purchase.