Woolworths to stop selling pesticide linked to global bee decline

Australian grocery giant will join Bunnings to withdraw Yates Confidor from sale

Woolworths in Australia has joined a growing list of companies to stop supplying a controversial pesticide linked to global declines in bee populations.

On Tuesday the grocery giant announced it would join Bunnings in pulling Yates Confidor, a class of pesticide which some international studies have found damage the survival of honeybee colonies.

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