Acrylamide is a suspected carcinogen that forms in foods with reducing sugar that is processed at a high temperature, such as cookies or tortilla chips. Many food manufacturers have already taken significant steps to reduce acrylamide levels in their products, but recent regulatory changes and increasing public awareness about acrylamide is prompting even further action. (foodingredientsfirst.com)
Low levels of acrylamide have been detected in PBfit products, but not on a significant level that would cause harm or health concerns for consumers. The state of California requires acrylamide warning labels for any product that detects acrylamide at a .0001 percentage.