Victory against Monsanto! Costco drops Roundup and ALL glyphosate-based weedkillers following second court victory proving herbicides cause cancer

Friday, April 5, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
NaturalNews.com
Friday, April 05, 2019

In a major victory against the world’s most evil corporation, warehouse giant Costco has decided to pull from its store shelves not just Roundup but all weedkiller and herbicide products that contain Monsanto’s deadly glyphosate chemical, which has been shown through independent scientific research to cause cancer.

Following a recent court ruling awarding 70-year-old California man, Edwin Hardeman, an $80 million judgment for a cancer he developed as a result of exposure to glyphosate – the second victory of its kind in recent months – Costco made the decision to pull all glyphosate-containing products from its stores.

Zen Honeycutt from Moms Across America had prior to this started a petition calling on Costco to stop selling Roundup, which garnered some 150,000 signatures on the Change.org website, which got the ball rolling.

“I called the headquarters, and after two days of messages and calls, I did finally confirm with three people that Costco was not ordering Roundup or any glyphosate-based herbicides for the incoming spring shipments,” Honeycutt wrote on her blog.

Natural News was also able to confirm this with Costco during a recent conversation with a representative from the company, who indeed stated that Costco will no longer be selling Roundup or any other product that contains glyphosate.

Bayer, which acquired Monsanto last year, doubles down on “safety” of Roundup and glyphosate after losing more than 40 percent of its value

After it was announced that the Germany-based Bayer corporation, the new owner of Monsanto as of last June, had lost this second court ruling, the company’s stocks plummeted.

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