Ice-Cream Sting

April 2008
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;4/18/2008, Vol. 77 Issue 24/25, p2
The article reports on the diminishing population of honeybees. Scientists do not know the reason behind the population decrease. In response, ice cream maker Häaagen-Dazs launched the Loves Honey Bees campaign to raise funds for honeybee research. The company says that the move is not only intended to protect the interest of the ice cream industry but that of the fruit and vegetable industries as well.


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