Cape Kitchens & Food Labeling

The Food & Dining section in today’s Press Herald includes a preview of the upcoming Cape Elizabeth kitchen tour,

Tour goers come to drool over countertops and high-end appliances, and gather ideas for making their own kitchen work spaces look and function better. The sponsors get to show off their work, and ticket sales help the foundation refill its coffers. The kitchen tour has drawn more than 600 people and raised more than $45,000 for [Cape Elizabeth Education Foundation].

and an article on how a change in California food labeling law will impact Maine.

A multimillion-dollar referendum food fight is heating up in California, where citizens have secured a ballot question asking voters if they want foods that contain genetically engineered ingredients to be labeled. Should the citizens’ initiative succeed at the ballot box, experts say the impact will be felt across the nation, including here in Maine.