The soybeans that you buy from C&G have a lot of problems.
Some of the worst offenders include toxic chemicals and GMO ingredients, according to a recent report by the nonprofit watchdog group Oxfam America.
Cargills soy products come from soybeans grown in Brazil and are grown to be a source of protein for beef and dairy cows.
But those products have been tainted by Monsanto, the company that makes the soybeans.
Oxfam said in its report that the soy products sold by Cargillin, a division of Cargil Corporation, contained a wide range of contaminants including glyphosate, which is the active ingredient in Roundup.
A Monsanto spokesperson told NBC News that the company had no information about Cargild products and could not comment on specific allegations.
But a spokesperson for Cargrill told NBC affiliate KGTV that the products have not been subject to the EPA’s proposed new standards.
“We are not aware of any regulatory actions that have been taken by the EPA concerning our soybeans, nor have we ever had any safety concerns,” the company spokesperson said.
The EPA is looking to set new limits on glyphosate and other herbicides.
While some companies are already pushing for limits, Cargittas soy products are just the tip of the iceberg, Oxfam’s report found.
Oxfam’s study found that soy products made from corn, cotton, and other GMO seeds had more than three times the amount of toxic chemicals in a single cup of soybeans compared to soybeans made from conventional soybeans or those from other sources.
The study found the presence of other herbicide-related compounds was higher in soy products than those from conventional crops.
C&am’s soybeans were also found to have high levels of toxic substances such as cadmium, lead, arsenic, and cadmiasulfonates, which can be toxic to humans.
OxfilT, which makes C&ams soy products, said that the toxins found in soybeans are in line with the EPA recommendations.
“It is not the presence that matters, it is the fact that there are so many more toxic substances in our food supply,” Oxfilt spokesperson John Stoecker told NBC.
“So if you’re going to have a problem with a food, and it’s a problem in your food, that food should be tested for those contaminants.
That’s what we do for our farmers.”
Cargilli said in a statement to NBC News, “We take our food safety responsibilities seriously and are working closely with the government to establish a new regulatory framework that will provide the safest, most sustainable production and consumption practices for soybeans and other soy products.”
But Oxfam says the report highlights how little consumers know about soy.
“The food we consume is made from food grown in a number of different locations across the world,” Oxfam director of consumer engagement and consumer safety Jessica Cramer told NBC’s Katy Tur.
“And there is no single regulatory standard that everyone can understand.
It is all about where you live, what you eat, what your relationship is with the food.
And there is very little information that people have about what is in their food.”
Oxfam is calling on the EPA to revise the agency’s proposed rules on glyphosate, the herbicide commonly used on soybeans to help farmers.
The new rules would make glyphosate a Class 2 pollutant, meaning that it can be used on crops that are genetically engineered, according the group.
The agency is expected to release the proposed rules in the coming months.