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Organic Wine and Organic Beer

chezron | Sep 5, 201610:34 AM     14

Wine in California is toxic. Sprayed with Cryolite pesticide that is so high in fluoride it is not legal to sell these wines in Europe. Also, heavily treated with neonicotinoid pesticides that are systemic and in the grapes--never to be washed out--and having who-knows-what bad health affects on consumers. Neonicotinoids are decimating honey bees and native pollinators. Because of this, I drink organic wine. Trader Joe's has EXCELLENT and inexpensive varieties. Problem is, I cannot find restaurants that carry organic wine or beer. Do you know of any that do?

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