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Glyphosate: In the News
 Chances are you’ve been hearing a lot in the news recently about  glyphosate, the active ingredient in the herbicide and plant growth  regulator Roundup®.
In early August, a jury awarded $289 million to  a former groundskeeper who claimed that exposure to Roundup® caused his  non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. This heavily publicized case was quickly  followed by a report from the Environmental Working Group (EWG), which  found that 31 out of 45 of the conventionally grown cereals being tested  “…had glyphosate levels higher than what EWG scientists consider  protective of children’s health with an adequate margin of safety”.
 According to the EWG report, glyphosate levels in cereals must remain  under 0.01 milligrams or a concentration of 160 ppb (part-per-billion).  Levels above this benchmark standard were reported to cause increased  health concerns for consumers.
The EWG report authors reached a  consumption limit of 0.01 milligrams per day by applying a 100x safety  factor to California’s Proposition 65 No Significant Risk Level (NSRL)  for glyphosate (1.1 mg/day). This NSRL under Prop. 65 itself represents a  more than a 100x reduction from the acceptable daily intakes (ADIs) set  by both the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the  World Health Organization (WHO) after their reviews of the toxicity  data for glyphosate. In other words, the Environmental Working Group set  a “safety limit” that was 10,000-fold below the risk-based limits set  by EPA and WHO!
The European Commission is famously cautious when  it comes to setting pesticide residue limits. Even using the safe intake  level set by the Commission – consuming 0.3 mg of glyphosate per kg of  body weight per day-a person would have to weigh less than one-tenth of a  pound to stay under the EWG benchmark.
Studies such as the EWG  report raise the anxiety level for consumers trying to feed their  families a healthy diet. As a result, that concern is filtering up  through retailors, meaning if it hasn’t already reached you, it will  soon.
Ref: Safe Food Alliance report on 25 September 2018
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