|Loss of wild pollinators serious threat to crop yields, study finds|
The Guardian [UK] - 2/28/2013. By Damian Carrington - The decline of wild bees and other pollinators may be an even more alarming threat to crop yields than the loss of honeybees, a worldwide study suggests, revealing the irreplaceable contribution of wild insects to global food production.
|Organic sector pinched by GMO tainting in seed and feed, Organic Valley CEO says|
Food Navigator USA - 2/28/2013. By Hank Schultz - Organic Valley recently announced a plan to distribute more than $1 million in grants to fund research, education and advocacy on the production of organic foods. The grants have longterm goals and a near-term objective, with one of the biggest individual chunks of funding going toward supporting the push for GMO labeling.
|The Maine Ingredient: Recipes reflect Maine food history|
Portland Press Herald - 2/27/2013. By Brooke Dojny - Aren't we lucky to have Sandra Oliver, who is one of the country's pre-eminent food historians, living right here in Maine – on Islesboro, as a matter of fact? Although she researches and writes about all aspects of American food history, residence here in our part of the world means that she naturally focuses much of her attention on Maine foodways.