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How do bees make honey?

Foraging bees collect nectar and honeydew from honey plants by adding their enzyme-laden saliva, which converts sucrose. Back in the hive, they distribute their harvest to other workers by trophallaxis,...

Organic honey versus non-organic honey

What is organic honey? Certification criteria Organic honey is distinguished by a method of production and beekeeping conditions that comply with the specifications of organic farming.

Madagascar honeys

Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world, with a territory equivalent to that of mainland France. The diversity of the ecosystems present on the island, its climate and...

Honey: a bit of history

Bees have always fascinated people. In many civilizations and beliefs, honey has had a privileged place. From the Neolithic to the Renaissance, we will walk through its history.

The Asian hornet: a danger for bees

Discover a major enemy of bees: "the yellow-legged hornet". Capable of destroying up to 30% of a honey bee colony, it is of great concern to beekeepers... 


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