Ironic some of the people who got caught out.
Me, it seems like a heckuva risk even sending honey to Japan.
The really crazy part is that the specified Japanese limit for flour, rye and buckwheat is 30ppm, but for honey is 0.01ppm.
In other words, flour, rye and buckwheat are allowed to have 3,000 times as much glyphosate in them as honey. Yet people would eat a lot more flour than they would honey, so honey is the smaller risk, they have their numbers around the wrong way.
And a contract extractor told me they have tested all their honey. They found around 30% had detectable levels of glyphosate. What surprised them was it was not mostly in the field honey, but the bush honey. Opposite to what you might expect.