Much of the world’s honey now contains bee-harming pesticides

Global survey finds neonicotinoids in three-fourths of samples

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NOT SO SWEET  A global survey of honey found neonicotinoid pesticides in most of the samples. That suggests honeybees are bringing the chemicals back to their hives.

Blaise Mulhauser/Botanical Garden Neuchatel

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