Beer and Wine found to have killer glyphosate

Beer and wine around the world are contaminated by a chemical called glyphosate, according to a report published by United States-based Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) Education Fund.

For this study, samples of beer and wine were collected from the US, Europe and Asia — over 20 brands were tested out of which 19 contained glyphosate (5 wine samples and 15 beer).

The wine brands which were tested include Beringer, Barefoot and Sutter Home; while beer brands include Budweiser, Coors, Miller Lite, Sam Adams, Samuel Smith Organic, and New Belgium. more  

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Consuming alcohol is injurious to health. Please try to avoid it.
To reduce the tension try to spend less, adjust with situation. more  
What about Indian Brands? NGO/Govt must carry out study and make consumers aware of the consequences of consuming such chemical compounds( may be presence of chemicals other than glyphosate) and give direction to manufacturers accordingly. more  
Give up drinking alcohol including beer for ever. It is of no good even without glyphosate. more  
Not clear what the issue is, just pointing out the presence of some item in wine and beer does not portent something negative unless the study supports such conclusion. more  
Interesting. more  
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