Topic Europe & EFSA

No cumulative testing for Roundup. At all.

What is cumulative testing for pesticides? Toxicity testing that tests more than one pesticide at the same time.  To make sure that when different pesticides accumulate together in our bodies,they’re

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Is Roundup carcinogenic?

 What do the (1) EPA, (2) WHO and the (3) European Commission say? 1. USA EPA : In the executive summary on page viii :“The Agency has classified glyphosate as a

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The ADI study for Europe, Australia & Canada: The original research showing glyphosate causes Leydig cell tumours in rats.

This is the Monsanto funded study that advises the ‘no observable effect level’, more simply known as the safe level for glyphosate, which enables the European Commission to then establish the

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Have the international agencies properly evaluated the endocrine system & glyphosate?

Which studies concerning the endocrine system  are held with the three main agencies, the USA EPA, WHO & FAO, and Europe’s EFSA? As there are no sections actually dealing with

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What does independent research tell us about Roundup & Glyphosate?

No test for Roundup held by the EPA, WHO/FAO or EU’s EFSA actually tests Roundup! …..When setting the ADI for glyphosate and for assessing reproductive and developmental toxicity – whether

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Unpublished and largely NOT GLP: the double standards of international assessment agencies & the agrichemical industry.

Here we have all the studies listed as part of the evaluations for toxicity for glyphosate for reproductive and developmental toxicity (for the pregnant mother and foetus) and whether the

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Europe: Are the recommended residue levels for glyphosate safe for livestock?

What are European farmers seeing in terms of reproductive and developmental health of their livestock?   Is animal health related to how much glyphosate residues are permitted on animal feed? Here

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The high, protective wall of the agrichemical industry: and the bricks are made of GLP.

You want irony?  Currently the 3 major organisations in the world that are meant to represent people and prescribe safe levels of chemicals on food – the FAO/WHO, EPA

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How the Big 3: EPA, FAO/WHO, European Union arrive at the ADI for glyphosate.

The ADI, Acceptable Daily Intake is traditionally based on the lowest dosage, in grams per kilogram, for bodyweight per day, that a person can tolerate, divided by 100 (for

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Europe: Is your food tested for glyphosate (Roundup)?

There is not very much testing being done on glyphosate. Most is meant to be voluntary.  But, apparently, only 5 countries have been commonly test for glyphosate ‘on a

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