Mom’s Across America and Food Integrity Now have been on a mission to test levels of glyphosate in our food and environment. Here is their latest release of wine residues. There are no safe levels. Gallo, Barefoot and Sutter Home had highest rates.
Please visit their websites to see all the products tested in professional labs and their results.
Welcome to No Safe Levels. This page was created to assist you in understanding why there are no safe levels of glyphosate (the active ingredient in RoundUp), and it’s other generic brands such as Ranger Pro and Rodeo, in your food, drink or water. Studies have shown that small amounts of glyphosate at even I part per trillion (1 ppt) which is the equivalent of 1 drop in 22 olympic-sized swimming pools, was shown in a study to cause the growth of breast cancer cells, and 1 part per billion (1 ppb) of glyphosate was shown in a study to cause kidney and liver damage, reproductive damage, and other ill health effects. Glyphosate has been shown in a study to cause fatty liver disease at very low levels. Again, there are NO SAFE LEVELS.
Over 3188 foods tested by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency compiled by Tony Mitra in the book “Poison Foods of North America” show us that the highest contamination of glyphosate (Roundup herbicide) is not in GMO corn and soy as we would expect, but in numerous non GMO crops that are commonly found in “healthy” foods such as vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free foods. These non-organic foods are highly contaminated with this carcinogen, neurotoxin, endocrine disruptor, and antibiotic that causes liver disease because glyphosate herbicides are often sprayed as a drying agent on grains, beans and legume crops.