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The issue of unscrupulous importers introducing non-irradiated honey has resulted in problems for the industry. The importation of non-irradiated honey can introduce diseases that have the potential to harm our bee populations. Fortunately, South Africa's bees produce some of the finest, uncontaminated honey globally.

South Africa is home to two types of honey bees - the cape bee (Apis mellifera capensis) and the african bee (Apis mellifera scutellata). Despite a natural separation between the two, beekeepers have caused issues by bringing cape bees into african bee areas, resulting in the creation of cape clone bees. These pseudo queens cause the hive to die out and continue on, infecting new hives and laying more clones.

As a product of nature, honey is intricately designed to benefit our well-being without needing to be controlled. Honey bees possess a deep understanding of their own needs and are capable of complex communication, including dancing and emitting sounds in total darkness. Through their dances, they are able to precisely convey the location and distance of nectar sources to their fellow bees. These creatures possess an incredibly sensitive sense of smell, able to detect 1 part in a trillion parts, far surpassing the sensitivity of even sharks' sense of smell (1 part in a million parts). As humans, we can only continue to learn from these remarkable creatures.


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