BEE grateful

“[…] here are 6 reasons to BEE grateful for our pollinators: 1. They improve our diets by providing micronutrient-rich foods 2. They give us honey 3. They have a great work ethic 4. They make our foods taste better 5. They increase food production and food security 6. They maintain biodiversity” http://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/en/c/1127922/

Importance of bees

One of our objective is to help beekeepers to reduce bee colony losses, we strongly believe this can be achieved by applying best beekeeping practices, analyzing historical data and facilitating communication between all stakeholders involved. Read the following article, it is about decline of bee population numbers, pesticides impact on bee health, climate change. https://www.eitfood.eu/blog/post/searching-for-a-plan-bee-the-importance-of-bees-to-a-safe-food-supply

Bees – the most important living beings

“The bees have been declared the most important living beings on this planet, the Earthwatch Institute concluded in the last meeting of the Royal Geographical Society of London. However, according to wildlife experts and scientists, the bees have joined the endangered species long list.” https://www.sciencetimes.com/articles/23245/20190709/bees-are-the-most-important-living-being-on-earth.htm