The Consumer Advocacy Group, Inc. has filed a series of Proposition 65 (Prop. 65) 60-day notices since December 2013 against supermarkets and rice companies in California, Texas and Taiwan, alleging violations of the law for failure to warn consumers that their rice products contain arsenic (inorganic arsenic compounds), known to the state to “cause both cancer and repro- ductive toxicity.”The most recent notice was filed February 17, 2014. Under Prop. 65, private citizen enforcers must notify the alleged violator and local prosecuting authorities of their intent to sue so that the alleged violator has the opportunity to correct any alleged violation and local district attorneys have the opportunity to bring government action. The first in this series of notices, brought against Far West Rice, Inc., also alleged that the company’s rice contained lead.