Monsanto’s Roundup Weedkiller Ingredient Found in Breakfast Cereal and Snacks
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Cancer-Causing Ingredient in Weedkiller Found in Cheerios
Glyphosate is found in the weedkiller Roundup, which is sprayed on oats before harvest.
By Alexa Lardieri, Staff Writer
ALMOST TWO DOZEN CEREAL and snack products were found to contain glyphosate, the cancer causing ingredient in the weed killer Roundup.
An analysis released today by the Environmental Working Group’s Children’s Health Initiative found that 21 of General Mills’ oat-based cereals and snacks were contaminated with glyphosate and all but four products contained levels higher than what EWG scientists consider safe for children. The nonprofit environmental research organization’s benchmark for levels of the ingredient deemed safe for kids is no more than 160 parts per billion.
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