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Independent literature shows that the pesticide Carbendazim is a very dangerous "toxin", capable of causing malformations in the foetus at very low doses and it's still uncertain if a safe level exists at all.

Bees & Pesticides
Essential to the production of key EU food crops, yet in sudden decline. What links pesticides and mass bee deaths occurring globally?

Climate Change and Agriculture
Agriculture is a major contributor to climate change. According to the International Panel on Climate Change it accounts for up to 12% of all man-made greenhouse gas emissions.

Endosulfan is one of the world’s worst pesticides and has devastating impacts on human health and the global environment.

Pesticides in Food
Latest information on the widespread presence of pesticides in food items sold in the European Union.

Eleven European supermarkets are now taking steps to reduce the level of pesticides in their food supply chains. Our Factsheet summarises these efforts.
See also Supermarket Summary Table of Commitments

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