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One third of the food we eat depends on bees! 🐝

Posted by Maria Cristina Chiulli on

One third of the food we eat depends on bees: without pollination, the quantity and quality of food available would drop dramatically, with incalculable consequences on nutrition and biodiversity.

But bees continue to die and governments do not do enough to protect them from industrial agriculture, pesticides, climate change. We can and must do something in their defence!

Some small actions everyone can do can have a significant impact:

Plant flowers in your garden, vegetable garden, in your terrace or balcony.

Buy and eat organic food and any product from organic agriculture including textiles.

Sustain local beekeepers, buy Km0 honey and bee products.

Shop with us our reusable beeswax food wrap to help store and save food.

Say Yes to Life, Earth Thanks 🌿

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