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Lawsuit Alleges Wineries Failed To Warn Consumers Of Arsenic-Tainted Wine

In April of last year we posted an interview televised on Ring of Fire about the high levels of inorganic arsenic in wines: (https://winewaterwatch.org/2016/04/first-they-found-toxic-glyphosate-in-wine-and-now-arsenic/) and noted that a lawsuit was going to be filed. Wine labeling laws let the wine producers hide alot of additives, arsenic being one for color, smell and flavor among other bad additives. […]

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Lawsuit Alleges Wineries Failed To Warn Consumers Of Arsenic-Tainted Wine

In April of last year we posted an interview televised on Ring of Fire about the high levels of inorganic arsenic in wines: (https://winewaterwatch.org/2016/04/first-they-found-toxic-glyphosate-in-wine-and-now-arsenic/) and noted that a lawsuit was going to be filed. Wine labeling laws let the wine producers hide alot of additives, arsenic being one for color, smell and flavor among other bad additives.

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Preserving Groundwater

Thank you Ken Sund for the great picture! Friday’s Letters to the Editor Preserving groundwater EDITOR: On Nov. 16, I was a citizen spokesperson at the winery/event center public meeting at the Glaser Center in Santa Rosa (“Sides spar over winery rules,” Nov. 17). Very few speakers addressed the issue of water conservation and sustainability

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Greenwashing 101 crop

French village near vineyard has 5 times as much cancer as national average

We know according to the California Department of Pesticide Regulation that the top 2 forms of glyphosate (Round Up), now regulated as a probable carcinogen with mandatory warning labels in our state, has been used extensively in Sonoma and other counties as a way to control weeds. According to the state database 84,606 pounds of the

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