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Weed-Killing Chemical Roundup Found In Cheerios And Quaker Oats Products

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THE FDA and food According to a report by Business Insider, the Environmental Working Group has conducted multiple tests to determine the presence of weed-killer in certain breakfast foods. In …More
THE FDA and food According to a report by Business Insider, the Environmental Working Group has conducted multiple tests to determine the presence of weed-killer in certain breakfast foods. In August of 2018, the group reportedly published a report that found traces of glyphosate, the most widely used pesticide in the world, in dozens of Quaker, Kellog's and General Mills products, including popular cereals like Cheerios and Lucky Charms. The report tested levels of glyphosate in 45 samples of conventionally grown oats and determined that 31 fell below its safety criteria. Business Insider points out that it remains possible that scientists could uncover new safety concerns for cr
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I have tried to alert people against eating this stuff, it seems that unless some official face tells them about it, they don't take it in. Old news, yes, but needs repeating until people stop poisoning themselves and their children with it. Fortunately, companies are beginning to pressure farmers to stop using it as a dessicant at harvest.
Salmo143
Bought quaker oats this week; don't want to through it away but kind of have to now. What if I bless it though? superstitious? Forced to buy organic now.
Jim Dorchak
Old news
Ultraviolet
Roundup is fantastic stuff, too... one of the few consumer-grade American weed products out there that really works.
Jim Dorchak
Yep, it kills everything....
Be Ye Separate
I wrote several articles on artificial chemicals in American food.
Artificial food is now normal, the combination of pesticides, artificial additives (emulsifiers and preservatives) and genetic modification has warped our food supply.