Monsanto should warn buyers about Roundup's link to cancer

The World Health Organization has declared that glyphosate, the active ingredient in the herbicide Roundup, is a "probable human carcinogen." But Monsanto, the company that produces Roundup, does not include this crucial information in the weed killer's warning label.

In a lawsuit settlement in March, Monsanto agreed to remove certain language from Roundup's label after consumers alleged that glyphosate attacks an enzyme in humans as well as plants. But even with that language removed, Roundup's label still fails to warn consumers about glyphosate's link to cancer.

We're calling on the EPA to order Monsanto to include glyphosate's identification as a probable human carcinogen on Roundup's warning label. Add your name today.

Subject: Roundup's label should include a warning about its main ingredient's link to cancer