Sky-high levels of Monsanto’s weedkiller glyphosate have just been found in honey.
A German beekeeper noticed the toxic weedkiller had been sprayed right by his beehives. So he sent the honey for tests, found 70 times the ‘allowed’ amount of glyphosate, and immediately destroyed it.
This honey could have ended up on your kitchen shelf. Who knows how many more beehives are being accidentally doused with glyphosate right this second. Chances are your local supermarket is selling glyphosate-laced honey.
But you can make sure honey is safe and glyphosate-free.
Our beekeeper friends want to run tests on jars of honey all across Europe to look for glyphosate. If they find it, they’ll sue the corporations responsible. But lab tests and lawyers do not come cheap -- so beekeepers are asking for your help right now.
Your donation today could help spell the beginning of the end for this cancer-causing weedkiller. Can you chip in?