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Honey is the only food made by an insect, and eaten both by the insect and humans

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Honey is made from nectar and a bee enzyme, that has been stored in honey combs and has gone through a fermentation process. 

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Foraging bees have to fly about 55,000 miles to produce a pound of honey, visiting around 2 million flowers.

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Honeydew honey is honey made by honey bees from aphid secretions - actually sort of 'aphid poop'. 

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Honey Doesn’t Have An Expiry Date

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Not Every Honeybee Makes Honey

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Honey Has Been Popular Since Medieval Times

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Bees Survive On Honey In The Winter.

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There Are Different Flavors And Colors Of Honey

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Bees Have Made Honey For Millions Of Years

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Bees have 5 eyes. Bees are insects, so they have 6 legs

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