Honey contaminated with insecticides

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Honey is a food very popular with people on several continents. Did you know that it is very often contaminated with harmful pesticides?

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Honey is a food very popular with people on several continents. Did you know that it is very often contaminated with harmful pesticides?

“Neonicotinoids are everywhere on the planet. Globally, this type of pesticide was found in 75 % honey samples analyzed by a Swiss team. "

Source: The duty

“Widely used in Canada, these insecticides attack the nervous systems of bees and other insects. The proportion of contaminated honey is highest in North America, for 86 % samples. "

Source: The duty

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