(Reuters) - Bayer AG won a court ruling blocking California from requiring the German-based company to tell consumers that a chemical in its Roundup herbicide is known to cause cancer, Bloomberg News reported on Monday.
A federal judge in Sacramento on Monday granted Bayer's request to block the state from requiring the company or any businesses from providing a "clear and reasonable warning before exposing any individual to glyphosate," the report said bloom.bg/2YUijv0.
Bayer did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.
Bayer, which acquired Roundup manufacturer Monsanto in a $63 billion deal in 2018, to date has faced three juries over claims that Roundup causes cancer.
The company has denied the allegations made by more than 42,700 plaintiffs in the United States, saying decades of studies have shown Roundup and glyphosate are safe for human use.
Reporting by Aishwarya Nair in Bengaluru; Editing by Maju Samuel
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