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Beer and Wine Contaminated with Monsanto Poison

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In 2016, beer testing in Germany revealed residues of glyphosate, a suspected carcinogen, in every sample of beer. The environmental organization EcoWatch has found glyphosate in all of the most popular brands of wines in America and the world. One common factor in the tests is the presence of Monsanto Roundup, which is commonly sprayed in vineyards. Glyphosate herbicides do not dry, wash or cook off. They have also been proven to be neurotoxins, endocrine disruptors and a cause of liver disease even at very low levels.


This article appears in the December 2018 issue of Natural Awakenings.

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