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America’s Pesticides Are Threatening Organic Honey
Beekeepers say consumers should start looking outside the U.S.
U.N. Warns the Declining Bee Population Is Going to Devastate Our Food Supply
The organization’s alarming report says a rising number of “pollinators” face extinction.
Milk and Honey
Caffeine Boost Helps Bees Remember Where the Flowers Are
It helps them remember where the car keys are.
Do Bees Deserve Their Very Own
(B)E! True Hollywood Story
They have plenty of buzz, but they’re so misunderstood.
Plans to Eradicate Mosquitoes Has Local Beekeepers Buzzing; Be Not Afraid of
Plus: Gutter oil is the latest food-safety scandal to emerge from China; and cocaine was the secret ingredient that landed a NJ cook in jail, all in our morning news roundup.
It’s Not About the Money or the Honey For Urban Beekeepers; Midday Formal
Plus: E. coli’s top culprits identified; and humanely raised animals are unlikely to harbor E. coli and salmonella, all in our morning news roundup.
Finally, Get Your Taste of Red Hook’s Red Honey
It’ll be on sale at Brooklyn Kitchen.
Cocktail One-Upmanship Continues: Meet Matt Biancaniello’s Bees
The Library Bar bartender is getting is own colony of bees to manipulate the taste of honey. Has it really come to this?
Miel Surrounds Itself With Buzz
The restaurant’s sous chef has taken up beekeeping.
Heinz and Starbucks Cutting Salt; Apollo Buys Out CKE for $693.9 Million
Food companies get an early jump on sodium reduction and the corporation that owns Carl’s Jr. is sold.
Where Have All the Bees Gone?
The documentary ‘Colony’ addresses disappearing honeybees and the threat of “colony collapse disorder.”