Ban Shield

In 2013, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) raised the allowed limits of glyphosate residue for various crops, including soybean oil and potatoes. This despite a steady stream of new studies linking glyphosate to a long list of health concerns.

As for testing foods for glyphosate, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) doesn’t.  Because, the agency says, it’s “too expensive.”

Now, an agency of the World Health Organization says glyphosate is “probably” causing cancer in humans. Yes, in fact, Monsanto is making us sick.  

What will it take for the EPA and USDA to listen to the real science—not the “fake” science bought and paid for by Monsanto, which by the way sells $6 billion worth of glyphosate every year?

TAKE ACTION: Tell the EPA: Ban Monsanto’s Cancer-Causing Roundup Herbicide!