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Coffee to come with cancer warning in California

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A California judge issued a ruling that may require coffee sellers to put cancer warnings on beverages sold in the state. The decision came after a lawsuit claiming that businesses violated state law by not warning consumers about chemicals used in the production process. However, this ruling does not mean someone has proved coffee causes cancer.