33 comments

  • Terry B.
    05/15/2020 15:42

    Who knew???

  • Ax L.
    05/11/2020 09:03

    meanwhile wild bees are starving

  • Mel W.
    05/09/2020 02:28

    The British Countryside's wild flora has been devastated through modern farming practices, whereas the last thirty years of TV garden programmes have encouraged city gardeners to grow flowers all the year round, years ago there was something called the June gap when the Spring flowers and flora died off and there was a pause before summer flowers bloomed consequently the bees didn't have much to forage on, nowadays this doesn't happen as city bees forage all spring and summer long in gardens that have flowers all year round.

  • Jane C.
    05/09/2020 00:46

    interesting

  • Debasis R.
    05/08/2020 06:05

    Very informative. 👌🌷🐝

  • Mal H.
    05/08/2020 01:27

    fantastic

  • Daniel S.
    05/07/2020 23:40

    Unpasteurized is the best.

  • Jolene B.
    05/07/2020 17:47

    🐝 💜

  • Tanel L.
    05/07/2020 17:40

    even better - leave the bees alone!

  • Adrian I.
    05/07/2020 17:31

    If you can't trust the land cuz there is only winter and summer no individual is going to be able to be autosuficient. The food will still be there but the control of it will be completely for the big companys (the only ones that are going to be able to afford it). May be a sign that the destruction of ecosystems and nature's reliability could be intentional? Once you do that you destroy the independence of vast numbers of people and the control of the population will be almost total. They will be able to put the leash as tight as they want. It's not about telling them out loud that climate change is a real thing. I see many activists misunderstanding this when really it's very clear. We have to stop thinking that the people above making the decisions are just dumb and greedy. It's not that. It's a plan and it's all about control and being able to cut the risk of loosing it.

  • Daniel E.
    05/07/2020 17:03

    The recycling container for soda cans has dozens of bees around it all the time.

  • Jonathan B.
    05/07/2020 17:02

    Le miel qui reste au abeille. GoVegan !

  • Anupam M.
    05/07/2020 16:40

    Nah it’s artificial. Manmade sugar fed to the bees

  • John S.
    05/07/2020 16:33

    Heather honey is beautiful

  • Fayçal F.
    05/07/2020 16:27

    Mountain and forest honey is not polluted , it's far from the city and farms

  • Sharon S.
    05/07/2020 16:25

    Beeautiful 💜✊️☮️

  • Peter L.
    05/07/2020 16:25

    This is comparison of urban and poluted countryside. The basic should be UNPOLLUTED forests and meadows.

  • Jenny N.
    05/07/2020 16:25

    Countryside honey is far better

  • Paula P.
    05/07/2020 16:21

    Neither, the honey belongs to the bees 🐝

  • Laius K.
    05/07/2020 16:11

    More pollutants means more flavors..😜😜😜