Which of Your Foods are Sprayed with Round Up Just 3 Days Before Harvest?

The crops that could be most toxic

If your food isn’t certified organic, you’re consuming some toxic food. Want to know why? Monsanto’s Round Up ‘pre-harvest’ spraying guide meant for conventional farmers recommends that they spray crops just three days prior to harvest – and they don’t just mean on GMO crops. This means you’re likely consuming food which had been drenched in toxic pesticides.

“Spraying a RoundUp brand agricultural herbicide allows for uniform crop maturity which gives you the option to straight cut harvest.”

RoundUp, the very same Monsanto-made product which contains the recently-declared carcinogenic chemical glyphosate (along with inert ingredients that are also extremely dangerous), is sprayed on your food just before you eat it.

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Monsanto recommends spraying for:

  • Wheat
  • Oats
  • Non-GMO Canola
  • Flax
  • Peas
  • Lentils
  • Non-GMO Soybeans
  • Dry Beans
  • Sugar Cane

That amounts to just about every grocery store food you can think of – after all, what doesn’t contain wheat, oats, soy, or sugar cane just for starters?

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