|The sweet science of the Maine strawberry|
Bangor Daily News - 6/14/2013. By Emily Burnham - Maine strawberries are a temperamental thing. Too much rain and cool weather, and they’ll be soggy and tasteless. Too many days of dry, hot sun, and they’ll shrivel up before they can be picked.
|Why Safer Food Workers Mean Safer Food|
In These Times - 6/14/2013. By Michelle Chen - Americans these days are nervous about what they eat, and they should be, what with outbreaks of foodborne illnesses, meat pumped with veterinary drugs and genetically modified organisms creeping into our groceries. And in May, when the iconic brand of Smithfield Foods was bought by a Chinese multinational, there seemed to be still more cause for alarm.
|A Modern Farmer in Congress|
Modern Farmer - 6/14/2013. By Tom Wolf - By the time Chellie Pingree was elected to represent Maine’s 1st district in the United States House of Representatives in 2008, she had already amassed more than thirty years of farming experience in the state.
|Is the Movement to Label GMOs Anti-Science?|
Huffington Post - 6/14/2013. By Carole Bartolotto - While I can't speak for the entire movement, I can say that the lack of research in humans and troubling findings in some animal studies is enough to make me question the safety and necessity of GMOs.