Most of World's Honey Found to Contain Pesticides - Gears Of Biz

Gears Of BizMost of World's Honey Found to Contain PesticidesGears Of Biz(CN) – Approximately 75 percent of the honey sampled by researchers across the globe contains trace samples of pesticides, according to a study published Thursday. Edward Mitchell, a scientist with the University of Neuchatel in Switzerland, published ...and more »

Pesticides in honey at 'alarming' levels - Sky News Australia

Sky News AustraliaPesticides in honey at 'alarming' levelsSky News AustraliaThree-quarters of the world's honey contains nerve agent pesticides that pose a potential health hazard to humans, a study suggests. Scientists tested 198 honey samples from six continents - and 75% of them contained at least one type of neonicotinoid ...and more »

Pesticides found in 75 per cent of world's honey - The Siasat Daily

The Siasat DailyPesticides found in 75 per cent of world's honeyThe Siasat DailyAbout 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 honey ...and more »

Most of world's honey contaminated by pesticides: Swiss study - Xinhua

Most of world's honey contaminated by pesticides: Swiss studyXinhuaGENEVA, Oct. 6 (Xinhua) -- Swiss researchers have revealed that nearly 75 percent of honey produced all over the world has been contaminated by pesticides, which, if consumed daily, may pose a long-term problem for human health, local media Swissinfo ...and more »

Honey Samples Worldwide Test Positive for Pesticide - Alaska Native News

Alaska Native NewsHoney Samples Worldwide Test Positive for PesticideAlaska Native NewsNeonicotinoid pesticides contaminated 75% of a global sampling of honey, according to a study published in the 6 October issue of Science. The pesticide concentrations detected are below the amount authorized by the European Union for human ...and more »

Scientists find pesticide residue in 75 percent of honey - Gears Of Biz

Gears Of BizScientists find pesticide residue in 75 percent of honeyGears Of BizAbout 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 »

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 »

Pesticide traces found in 75 percent of world honey - Gears Of Biz

Gears Of BizPesticide traces found in 75 percent of world honeyGears Of BizTHREE-QUARTERS of the world's honey contains traces of pesticides that can harm bees and pose a potential risk to humans, a research found. Researchers who tested 198 samples discovered that 75 per cent were laced with at least one of the ...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 »

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 »

75 Percent of Global Honey Samples Are Contaminated by Neonicotinoid Pesticides - Seeker

Seeker75 Percent of Global Honey Samples Are Contaminated by Neonicotinoid PesticidesSeekerNeonicotinoids, the chemicals commonly found in pesticides, have been linked to colony collapse in bee populations. By John Dyer. October 5, 2017. 4:56 PM EDT. Share on Facebook · Tweet this article · Email. From the Amazonian rainforest to the ...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 »

Honey Found to Contain Pesticides Implicated in Bee Population Collapse - NOVA Next

NOVA NextHoney Found to Contain Pesticides Implicated in Bee Population CollapseNOVA NextWe've known for some time that honey bees are on the decline—an alarming statistic considering that they pollinate many, if not most, of the fruits and seeds we consume. And unfortunately, new research is not bringing any good news. Alexandre Aebi ...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 »

Three quarters of honey samples contain pesticide traces - Gears Of Biz

Three quarters of honey samples contain pesticide tracesGears Of Biz“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 »

Scientists have discovered the poison in the honey samples around the world - www.MICEtimes.asia (press release)

www.MICEtimes.asia (press release)Scientists have discovered the poison in the honey samples around the worldwww.MICEtimes.asia (press release)Ученые обнаружили отраву в образцах меда по всему миру In samples of honey around the world are found in a high concentration of insecticides. Scientists have stated that the honey produced for commercial use, may contain the critical for ...and more »

Pesticides : three-fourths of the honey being contaminated - The Siver Times

The Siver TimesPesticides : three-fourths of the honey being contaminatedThe Siver TimesThe use of honey for pesticides. This is what ingest all of the fans of this highly contaminated, according to the results of a study published in the journal Science. Harvesting honey around the world, researchers have discovered that three-quarters ...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 »