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A huge amount of toxins and harmful chemicals is available in the food we eat, causing lot of health problems. Now, this study shows that toxins have reached wine and beer. People need to be extremely cautious about what they consume as this can have detrimental effects on health.
Glyphosate in Beer and Wine: New Study Finds Alcohol Is Filled with Popular Cancer-Causing Weedkiller
Mar 10, 2019 Carly Fraser
Concern over glyphosate in food has become a major topic the last couple years. After the EWG released their report regarding glyphosate in food, many people have become wary of the food products they were purchasing. But it isn’t just cereals and granola bars people have to worry about. According to a new study published in February of 2019, people now need to start being concerned about glyphosate in beer and wine.
The results of the study come on the heels of a study conducted just a few years back. Ten different wine samples were sent to the Microbe Infotech Lab of St. Louis, and they found that both conventional and organic wines were tainted with glyphosate (1). The new study, conducted by the education group, U.S. PIRG, confirms these findings.
Glyphosate-based herbicides like Roundup are some of the most commonly used agricultural chemicals in the world. The concerns surrounding the chemical aren’t far-fetched, and as we continually see organic products coming up as positive for glyphosate, it makes us question – are any foods safe from this dangerous chemical?