|Limestone cooks recognized for whole-grain school menu|
Bangor Daily News - 12/25/2010.By Natalie Bazinet – Limestone: The dining staff who cook up meals for students and faculty at the Maine School of Science and Mathematics and the Limestone Community School, recently received honorable mention in a nationwide competition for their efforts in incorporating whole grains into the menu.
|Dean Foods settles dairy farmers suit|
Bangor Daily News - 12/25/2010.By Sharon Kiley Mack – Northeast Dairy Farmers reached a settlement agreement Friday with Dean Foods Co. in a class-action antitrust lawsuit against Dean, Dairy Farmers of America and Dairy Marketing Services.
|Making a small start for using food stamps for wholesome food|
Kennebec Journal - 12/24/2010.Op-Ed by Denis Thoet – Shocking news: One in five Mainers gets food stamps. That’s about 260,000 people, up from 110,000 in 2003. In New Hampshire, the neighbor we love to hate, the number is one in 10. Mississippi, which always ranks just about 50th in most categories, is neck and neck with us – one in five residents also are eligible for food stamps.
|“Coexistence with Monsanto: Hell No!”|
Organic Consumers - 12/23/2010.By Ronnie Cummins – After 16 years of non-stop biotech bullying and force-feeding Genetically Engineered or Modified (GE or GM) crops to farm animals and "Frankenfoods" to unwitting consumers, Monsanto has a big problem, or rather several big problems. A growing number of published scientific studies indicate that GE foods pose serious human health threats.