There Could Be Pesticides in Your Honey - TIME

TIMEThere Could Be Pesticides in Your HoneyTIMEAbout three-fourths of honey from around the world contains some pesticides, according to a study published in Science Friday. The study found that 75% of honey samples collected from nearly 200 sites across the globe contained at least one of five ...and more »

Neonicotinoid pesticides found in 75 percent of honey worldwide: study - Xinhua

Neonicotinoid pesticides found in 75 percent of honey worldwide: studyXinhuaWASHINGTON, Oct. 6 (Xinhua) -- About three-quarters of the world's honey is contaminated with neonicotinoids, currently the most widely used class of insecticides worldwide, a new study has found. However, researchers of the study, published in Friday ...and more »

Pesticides found in 75% of world's honey - The Hans India

The Hans IndiaPesticides found in 75% of world's honeyThe Hans IndiaGeneva : About 75 per cent of the world's honey is contaminated with bee-harming pesticides, a key factor behind the global decline of the crucial crop pollinators, a study has found. Researchers from University of Neuchatel in Switzerland tested 198 ...and more »

New Honey Research Suggests a Grim Outcome For Bees Worldwide - POPSUGAR

POPSUGARNew Honey Research Suggests a Grim Outcome For Bees WorldwidePOPSUGARJust when we thought things were finally looking up for the bee population, researchers have delivered some disheartening — and frightening — news. Swiss researchers recently published a study indicating that a large majority of the world's bee ...and more »

Tainted Honey: Bee-Poisoning Pesticides Found Globally - Common Dreams

Common DreamsTainted Honey: Bee-Poisoning Pesticides Found GloballyCommon DreamsResearchers found 75 percent of honey samples collected globally contained a pesticide shown to harm bees. (Photo: Pixabay/cc). Raising further concerns about the global food production system, a new study found that bees worldwide are being widely ...and more »

Chemical Toxic to Bees Found in 75 Percent of World's Honey - The Epoch Times

The Epoch TimesChemical Toxic to Bees Found in 75 Percent of World's HoneyThe Epoch TimesWorker bees surround a queen, who is marked with a yellow spot on her back. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images). ShareTweetShareEmail · LINKEDIN · PINTEREST · REDDIT · TUMBLR · STUMBLEUPON · FEEDBACK. A chemical pesticide that is killing ...and more »

Study Finds Honey From Around the World Is Contaminated With Potent Pesticides - The Daily Meal

The Daily MealStudy Finds Honey From Around the World Is Contaminated With Potent PesticidesThe Daily MealThe honey you spread on your toast in the morning likely contains harmful pesticides that may already be affecting the planet's bee population. According to The Guardian, new research shows that out of 200 honey samples, 75 percent contained ...and more »

Insecticides found in honey show major global threat to bees - SlashGear

SlashGearInsecticides found in honey show major global threat to beesSlashGearResearch looking at honey samples from around the global has highlighted the dangers a certain variety of insecticides pose for bee populations. Researchers found that out of nearly 200 honey samples, 75-percent of them tested positive for ...and more »

Scientists find pesticide residue in 75 percent of honey - Mother Nature Network (blog)

Mother Nature Network (blog)Scientists find pesticide residue in 75 percent of honeyMother Nature Network (blog)About three-quarters of the world's honey is contaminated with pesticides known to harm bees, a new study suggests. The insecticide levels are within the range considered safe for human consumption, the study's authors point out, but they are high ...and more »

Suspected bee-killing pesticide found in honey samples - New York Post

New York PostSuspected bee-killing pesticide found in honey samplesNew York PostWASHINGTON — When researchers collected honey samples from around the world, they found that three-quarters of them had a common type of pesticide suspected of playing a role in the decline of bees. Even honey from the island paradise of Tahiti had ...and more »

Bad news for bees - euronews

euronewsBad news for beeseuronewsThree-quarters of the honey produced around the world contains nerve agent pesticides that can harm bees and pose a potential health hazard to humans. Now Reading: Bad news for bees. Bad news for bees. Share this article. facebook Share · twitter ...and more »

Bee-Harming Pesticides Show Up in Honey Samples - Pacific Standard

Pacific StandardBee-Harming Pesticides Show Up in Honey SamplesPacific StandardThe agriculture industry's widespread use of pesticides is poisoning one of its most important pollinators. Author: Kate Wheeling; Publish date: 3 minutes ago; Social count: 0. The agriculture industry's widespread use of pesticides is poisoning one of ...and more »

Chill Out About 'Alarming' Honey Fears, Say Scientists - Inverse

InverseChill Out About 'Alarming' Honey Fears, Say ScientistsInverseBee vomit, AKA honey, contains all sorts of stuff that bees pick up while foraging for nectar. This includes, as it turns out, a number of pesticides. This week's headlines have made this seem like bad and scary news: “Pesticides that pose threat to ...and more »

Three quarters of honey samples contain pesticide traces - NHS Choices

Three quarters of honey samples contain pesticide tracesNHS Choices"Honey from across the world is contaminated with potent pesticides known to harm bees," The Guardian reports. This is based on a study that analysed nearly 200 samples of honey, collected from diverse regions worldwide, and found that 75% contained ...and more »

Study reveals honey contains pesticides that pose health risk to humans - Alive For Football

Alive For FootballStudy reveals honey contains pesticides that pose health risk to humansAlive For FootballConcentrations found in 198 samples of honey from different parts of the world are not unsafe for humans - their effect is below the European Union norm. "The findings are alarming", said Chris Connolly, a neurobiology expert at the University of ...and more »

75 Percent Of World's Honey Contaminated With Bee-Harming Pesticide - Gears Of Biz

Gears Of Biz75 Percent Of World's Honey Contaminated With Bee-Harming PesticideGears Of BizA substantial percentage of the world's honey was found to be contaminated with pesticide chemicals which are known to be harmful to bee health. The contamination does not directly affect humans, but it also does not help the already suffering bee ...and more »

Neonicotinoid pesticides found in 75 percent of honey worldwide - ZME Science

ZME ScienceNeonicotinoid pesticides found in 75 percent of honey worldwideZME ScienceAn analysis of honey samples from locations all around the world showed that 75% of them were contaminated with pesticides known to harm bees. About half of the samples actually contained a cocktail of potentially harmful chemicals, besides the ...and more »

Neonicotinoids Are Showing Up in Honey Samples Worldwide - Discover Magazine (blog)

Discover Magazine (blog)Neonicotinoids Are Showing Up in Honey Samples WorldwideDiscover Magazine (blog)The bee population has it rough right now, and neonicotinoids are partially to blame. According to research, this class of insecticide is contributing to the population decline of bees, and even showing up in honey. These pest control chemicals, which ...and more »

Bee-harming pesticides found in 75 per cent of honey worldwide, study finds - CTV News

CTV NewsBee-harming pesticides found in 75 per cent of honey worldwide, study findsCTV NewsTraces of pesticides that act as nerve agents on bees have been found in 75 per cent of honey worldwide, raising concern about the survival of these crucial crop pollinators, researchers said Thursday. Human health is not likely at risk from the ...and more »

Trace amounts of neonicotinoid pesticides found in 75% of honey samples worldwide—'far below' levels dangerous to ... - Genetic Literacy Project

Genetic Literacy ProjectTrace amounts of neonicotinoid pesticides found in 75% of honey samples worldwide—'far below' levels dangerous to ...Genetic Literacy ProjectA new study has found traces of neonicotinoid chemicals in 75% of honey samples from across the world. The scientists say that the levels of the widely used pesticide are far below the maximum permitted levels in food for humans. In one third of the ...and more »