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What’s The Problem 2018-05-29T10:54:43+00:00

Honey bees are indirectly responsible for approximately 1/3 of the food produced in the world and support billions of dollars in agriculture. However, the recent major decline in the health of honey bees is hurting pollination-assisted crops and threatening our way of life.

The main factors contributing to the decline on honey bee health are:

1- Pests and diseases.
Bees are exposed to a great variety of pests such as Varroa destructor, Nosema ceranae, and viruses that are overwhelming their immune system.

2- Lack of forage and appropriate nutrition.
Increased monocultures and effects of climate change are reshaping nature as we know it, leaving a poor variety of nutrients for honey bees to consume and thrive.

3- Harmful chemicals.
The indiscriminate use of large-scale treatments is killing bees around the world.


The impact that honey bees have on the human population and the environment is far more crucial than you may realize. Agricultural crops rely on honey bees worldwide to help the crops grow, thrive and reproduce year after year. Honey bees facilitate pollination for most plant life, including well over 100 different fruit and vegetable crops. Without honey bees, there would be significantly less pollination, which would result in limited plant growth, a decrease in food supplies, and a loss of biodiversity around the world. Beekeepers are already experiencing the strong economic impact caused by the failing health of honey bees. Their crops are dying and their profits are shrinking, which will ultimately lead to a drastic increase in food prices.

Tests are ongoing on the Festuccia del Vecchio hives on their farm in Italy. The tests began in 2009 with 10 hives, which have now been split to 16 hives. Through the usage of BVP™, the colonies have shown perfect health and have had no problems related to CCD, while an average colony loss of 40% annually has been reported by neighboring farms during the same period.