This is what always ticks me off about these articles/studies. No one understands what "trace" means. Trace means barely detectable with the testing equipment. They finally took saccharin off the "known carcinigens" list when they realized a human would have to eat 2000+ pounds daily.
"Assuming the greatest value reported, 51.4 ppb, is correct, a 125-pound adult would have to consume 308 gallons of wine per day, every day for life to reach the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s glyphosate exposure limit for humans," he said "To put 308 gallons into context, that would be more than a bottle of wine every minute, for life, without sleeping."
Also, as a scientist, I get they went with several name brands.. but 5 wines, 15 beers and 1 cider? That's not "randomly selected".. that's not even enough to count as a sample size. They discovered this compound in 19 of 20? There are thousands (if not hundreds of thousands) of beers and wines out there. You expand that to 1000 samples and it's still only in 19? What then? This study is invalid.