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Bees pollinate a third of the plant species we eat​

Bees play a crucial role in pollination and therefore in the reproduction of various plant species such as fruits, vegetables and oilseeds.​

Without the presence of bees as a vector of pollination, the production of the amount of food needed to sustain today’s society could be at risk.

Bees are fundamental to the preservation of ecosystems and biodiversity​

Bee colonies are currently facing a number of challenges, including climate change, pesticide use and deforestation.​

How can we promote the maintenance of healthy hives and in significant numbers, helping the proliferation of bees and agricultural sustainability?

Consume honey from responsible sources, checking for the existence of the Beekeeper’s No. on the label.

Plant flowers and other plants that can be used as food by pollinators.

Some plant species pollinated by bees:​

  • Almonds
  • Apples
  • Blueberries
  • Cucumbers
  • Onions
  • Pumpkins
  • Strawberries

Spread the word about the importance of bees in ecosystems.

Share this page on social networks and help us raise awareness about the importance of bees to our planet.

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