The Food and Drug Administration, while testing samples of U.S. food for the presence of glyphosate, found residues of this weed killer in honey samples from various locations. The glyphosate reside levels found were double the limit allowed in the European Union (there is no legal tolerance level for glyphosate in honey in the United States).

Read more about this study and how the FDA only recently started testing food for glyphosate residues here:

Farmers on the SILT board of directors and members of our advisory council have developed a set of guidelines that provide farmers a way to move from less sustainable to more sustainable practices.