The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has reviewed data on glyphosate residues on crops and determined that “current exposure levels are not expected to pose a risk to human health.” The review includes two reports examining crops grown for human consumption as well as crops used in animal feed. EFSA reportedly relied on comparisons between the diets of EU adults and children and the glyphosate intake values the agency recommended in 2015.

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