The new version of Levi’s jeans, called the Levi’s YMI, could make a lot of money if it’s not banned by the federal government.
A new version is coming to the US.
What does that mean?
Read moreIn January, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it would ban all jeans that “may contain or have a detectable level of lycopene,” a cancer-causing chemical that is a common ingredient in many brands.
The FDA said the lycopes, which are produced naturally in animals, were linked to increased cancer risk.
Lycopene was added to the list of ingredients to be banned by August, which means that in 2019 the Levi Strauss jeans will have to be removed from the US market.
The agency said that in addition to the ban, it is also investigating whether there is a risk to consumers.
The FDA has also launched a “risk-assessment program” to evaluate potential risks from lycopenes.
It said it would assess whether the new jeans contain a “reasonable degree of lycotene.”
Lycotene is the chemical responsible for causing cancers in mice and humans, but not all lycotenes can be found in human foods.
So if there is enough lycotena in a product to be found, it could be that it is too small to be a problem.
However, many brands of jeans will still contain lycotanes, including Levi Strauss, which has been criticized for its “dirty” brand.
The company says it is removing all of its products from US markets.
In a statement, Levi Strauss said: “We are removing Levi’s brand from our US store network, which includes all Levi’s products.
We are removing these products from our global online store, which is available to all consumers in the US and around the world.
“As we have stated before, we have never knowingly used or used in excess of lycotene in our products. “
However we will continue to work with the FDA to address this matter as soon as we can.””
As we have stated before, we have never knowingly used or used in excess of lycotene in our products.
However we will continue to work with the FDA to address this matter as soon as we can.”
A spokesman for the National Association of Manufacturers said the US is one area where consumers are already being pushed to limit their exposure to lycoten.
He told Business Insider: “This is a very, very challenging environment where consumers have a lot to worry about.”
Levi’s is not the only brand to come under fire for its lycothenes.
The American Apparel Association has also come under criticism for its ties to a clothing company that is accused of using dangerous ingredients, such as styrene.
The group has also warned that its members are not “safe from chemicals.”