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FDA Finds Monsanto Weed Killer In U.S. Honey

Thanks to Monsanto, Roundup now permeates our food. It was public pressure that forced the FDA to test the food supply for glyphosate and their findings confirmed our worst fears. The danger is no doubt widespread but it was contaminated honey that the Huffington Post opted to examine more closely. According to an internal FDA memo, it is nearly impossible to find "honey that does not contain residue. I collect about 10 samples of honey in the market and they all contain glyphosate,” states an FDA researcher. Even “organic mountain honey” contained low concentrations of glyphosate." All of this is happening while the Environmental Protection Agency postpones the release of their findings on the dangers of glyphosate.

Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup herbicide, recently earned the ominous title of the most heavily-used agricultural chemical of all time. It is found in the blood and urine samples of nearly everyone in the US and is banned in many countries. This dangerous chemical may be responsible for colony collapse disorder and forms the rotten foundation of the modern industrial farming complex. Resistance to Roundup is the selling point of GE seeds and any setback or regulation imposed on glyphosate undermines the already wobbly edifice of GMO agriculture. Simply put, banning the toxic herbicide glyphosate could topple Monsanto's house of cards and lead to the adoption of sustainable agricultural practices.
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