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Trace Amounts of Arsenic Found In Popular Beer, Wine Brands

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According to a report by Geek.com, a number of popular wine and beer brands have been found to contain trace amounts of arsenic and heavy metals found in herbicide. Multinational agrochemical and biotechnology company, Monsanto and their Roundup brand of weed killer, have been found to be the cause of the impurities in the brands.

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