EFSA concludes glyphosate residues in food and livestock feed not expected to pose a risk to human or animal health

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has completed its review of the maximum levels of glyphosate that are legally permitted to be present in food, based on data on glyphosate residues in food submitted by all EU Member States.

by Matthew Appleby
Blackcurrant - image: Flickr/http://willowgarden.wordpress.com
Blackcurrant - image: Flickr/http://willowgarden.wordpress.com

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