Popular Tea Brands Exceed Threshold for Pesticide Residue

The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. (CBC) aired an exclusive report backed by laboratory findings showin
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3 responses to “Popular Tea Brands Exceed Threshold for Pesticide Residue”

  1. The problem is also that many brands claim to be organic and usda certified, but they are not truly organic. They arrange the usda certificate, but later on just buy the cheapest ingredients they can get. They should buy organic ingredients for every production run and be able to prove this. The problem is that nobody is checking it. The result is pesticides in ‘organic’ products. The result should be a heavy fine and publication in the news and banned of using the usda logo.

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