Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Pesticides-in-Your-Daily-Life---Food-For-Life-Campaign---Clipreel-27MZIFJX2YXH5.htmlConceptually similarWhat is Wrong with Our Food? - Web Video (Portuguese)GP0STR7M6Completed★★★★Effects of Pesticides in Our Health - Web Video (Portuguese)GP0STR7M7Completed★★★★What is Wrong with Our Food? - Web Video (International)GP0STR7MBCompleted★★★★Effects of Pesticides in Our Health - Web Video (International)GP0STR7MCCompleted★★★★Amazon Cattle Clipreel GP048MNCompleted★★★★Brazilian Cerrado and Land Grabbing in Brazil - Estrondo Farm - ClipreelGP0STTJ7HCompleted★★★★Munduruku Indigenous People Livelihood in Brazil - ClipreelGP0STPO5NCompleted★★★★★★Waitrose Unpacked Refillable Scheme in Oxford - ClipreelGP0STTQNRCompleted★★★★Sawré Muybu Indigenous Land (Summary Clipreel)GP0STPOXSCompleted★★★★★View AllGP0STR8CFPesticides in Your Daily Life - Food For Life Campaign - ClipreelGreenpeace Brazil tested more than a hundred kilos of food from Brazilian's basic diet and the results are alarming. More than half of the food contained pesticides and even prohibited substances.Clipreel contains footage of fruits and vegetables at markets; samples tested in laboratory; grains and other foods sold in supermarkets; people eating at a self-service restaurant.In original language:Clipreel - Agrotóxicos no dia-a-diaGreenpeace Brasil testou mais de 100 quilos de alimentos da dieta básica do brasileiro e os resultados são alarmantes. Mais da metade dos alimentos contêm resíduos agrotóxicos, sendo que encontramos substâncias fora da lei.Locations:Brasilia-Brazil-Rio de Janeiro-São Paulo (State)-South AmericaDate:31 Oct, 2017Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:9m40sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :CLIPREELKeywords:Cereal grains-Consumers-Eating-Food-Food for Life (campaign title)-Fruits-KWCI (GPI)-Laboratories-Markets-People-Pesticides-Research-Restaurants-Science-Shops-Supermarkets-Testing-VegetablesShoot:Pesticides in Your Daily Life - Food For Life CampaignGreenpeace Brazil tested more than a hundred kilos of food from Brazilian's basic diet and the results are alarming. More than half of the food contained agrotoxic waste, and even prohibited substances.