The world-renowned German beer industry reacted with shocked disbelief to the finding of glyphosate in 14 of its most popular beers.
Hardly surprising according to The German Brewers Association because
"the herbicide is now found virtually everywhere after decades of use in agriculture".
By "virtually everywhere" is meant glyphosate is in the soil, air and water, it's absorbed by the plants growing there, and ends up in the animals eating the plants. If this is what happens in a country that doesn't do GM glyphosate-tolerant crops, how bad is the contamination in the countries of the Americas which have gone wholesale down the GM agriculture route?
In the case of German beer, you might well ask what long-term effect glyphosate (a probable carcinogen)  plus alcohol (a known carcinogen of the mouth, throat, gullet, gut, liver, breast, and possibly the pancreas) might have when consumed together?
Yet another issue no-one's testing.
 GLYPHOSATE IS A PROBABLE CARCINOGEN - May 2015
German Beer Industry in Shock over Glyphosate Contamination, Sustainable Pulse, 25.02.16
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