Tony Mitra is a photographer, bird watcher, blogger and food security activist.
Tony has been around Canada with scientists, talking about glyphosate (Roundup herbicide) in food and the dangers therein.
He cajoled and nudged the Canadian Government three years ago to set up some labs so that foods could be tested for glyphosate concentration. By 2015, the labs came about and the Government started testing foods for glyphosate.
By end of 2016, he became the only person to have nearly 8,000 records of foods tested by the Canadian Food inspection Agency (CFIA) for presence of glyphosate, covering foods from over 60 countries.