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Costco first retailer to dump Monsanto’s “Round-up” – How about Yelm doing the same?

Costco to be the First Major Retailer to Dump Monsanto’s Roundup and Glyphosate Herbicide from its Shelves

Editor’s Note: Last Autumn, Yelm’s city council was presented with the idea of removing “Round-up” from use on public lands. Dr. Ali and I presented this concept and were promised follow-up by public works from the mayor. We have heard nothing.

“Costco to be the First Major Retailer to Dump Monsanto’s Roundup and Glyphosate Herbicide from its Shelves”

“It’s been said that voting with your dollars is the most effective way of creating change in this consumer/capitalist culture, and after years of petitioning major retailers to stop selling products that contain Monsanto’s toxic glyphosate herbicide it appears that Costco may be the first major store to remove this product from its shelves.

“The use of glyphosate, which is the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup, has skyrocketed around the globe in spite of research outlining the harmful effects of this herbicide, including liver disease and cancer.”

“The fact that retailers, or anyone, is having a difficult time deciding whether or not to sell this poison is quite absurd considering the ever-growing body of evidence showing how dangerous this stuff is. Just recently, plaintiff DeWayne Johnson was awarded a jaw-dropping settlement of $289 million dollars after a California jury found that his terminal cancer was the direct result of exposure to glyphosate,” by Alex Pietrowski, Waking Times. Read more

Posted by Steve on January 28, 2019 at 2:22 pm | Permalink

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