Colony collapse disorder: Ice cream at risk?
By Bethany Sanders
Haagen-Daz says that they may have to change their flavor offerings in the future, and have recently donated a large chunk of money toward researching colony collapse disorder. They’re also putting out a new flavor this spring, …
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Bee Thousands
By Joseph Weisenthal
It’s been awhile since we’ve heard much about the bee shortages, or colony collapse disorder, which so gripped the world last summer, but the issue hasn’t gone away. Ice cream maker Haagen Dazs is warning that the issue persists and …
The Stalwart – http://www.thestalwart.com/the_stalwart/

One third of US food supply at stake.
By Eternal Hope
The ice cream maker Haagen-Dazs is warning that one third of the US food supply is at stake because of the colony collapse disorder that has wiped out millions of bees around the world. This is the sort of thing that happens when we …
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the Bees are Disappearing
By jmarinova
As researchers scramble to find answers to the syndrome they have decided to call “colony collapse disorder,” growers are becoming openly nervous about the capability of the commercial bee industry to meet the growing demand for bees to …
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Like Ice Cream?
By The Foodist(The Foodist)
In THIS article from CNN.com Haagen-Daz claims that the disappearing bee colony problem in America (Named the colony collapse disorder or CCD) will have a direct and substantial effect on the products companies like them can produce. …
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It’s not just honey you’ll miss
Grist Magazine – Seattle,WA,USA
As I and many others have pointed out, the loss of as much as 70-80% of the US honeybee population to Colony Collapse Disorder is a far greater concern than …
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Funds for research into death of bees
Financial Times – London,England,UK
… honey bee “colony collapse disorder” – the mystery syndrome blamed for the destruction of about 25 per cent of the US bee population since late 2006. …
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