SACRAMENTO, CALIF. —KFC has agreed to post warnings in its California outlets that its fried potatoes and similar items in other companies’ restaurants contain a known carcinogen called acrylamide, the office of state Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. disclosed. Franchisor KFC Corp., an arm of Louisville, Ky.-based Yum! Brands Inc., would include the alert on in-store nutritional posters as part of a settlement of a two-year-old state lawsuit against the ...
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