World Bee Day? Bee happy!

Why is there a World Bee Day? Why does it take place on May 20? And where can you find excellent honey for your own use? Here are the answers.
The UN takes bees under its wing
World Bee Day is celebrated on May 20 since 2018. On this day of 1734 was baptized Anton Janša, who is considered a pioneer of modern beekeeping and published many books on the subject.

With this commemoration day, the United Nations (UN) emphasizes the recognition of the global decline of bee populations and their urgent protection.
Working together to combat bee colony mortality
Bees provide biodiversity and food security, but they are under threat. We can help by making sure they find more food. So, when it comes to the balcony, terrace or garden, let's choose flowering plant species more often again. Through a clever planning you can create small bee pastures in many places that bloom at different times.

Last but not least, you can also actively support the work of Bee-Family and its projects for sustainable development by becoming a sponsor.
Yummy, delicious honey for yourself!
If a really good honey is a must for you when it comes to enjoyment and quality of life, you should take a look at our webstore FleuropHOME.

Because there you will find more than 1000 items such as honey and much more for your own use, which are easily ordered and delivered cheaply by post.
To make your stay with us an experience, we have teamed up with third-party suppliers who meet our quality standards.

So, take a look - and spoil yourself. You deserve it.

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