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Beyond Pesticides Sues Mott’s for Labeling Pesticide-Laden Applesauce “Natural”
Beyond Pesticides has sued Mott’s, under consumer protection law, for false and misleading “natural” labeling of applesauce products containing a toxic pesticide. The suit argues that the finding of residues in the company’s applesauce of the neonicotinoid insecticide acetamiprid, which is particularly toxic to pollinators, disqualifies the products from being labeled “natural” or as containing “all natural ingredients." View our press release here.


Action of the week is intended to provide you, our supporters and network, with one concrete action that you can take each week to have your voice heard on governmental actions that are harmful to the environment and public and worker health, increase overall pesticide use, or undermine the advancement of organic, sustainable, and regenerative practices and policies. This week:

In its recently released 2017 Preliminary Aquatic Risk Assessment for Imidacloprid, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) found this pesticide is not only toxic to bees but also, is destroying life in the nation’s streams, rivers, and lakes. Comment by July 24 and tell EPA to cancel these neonicotinoids to protect sensitive species and ecosystems. (Go to “Action of the Week” link above for suggested language.)

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