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Breakfast without Bees?

Editor's Note: This story is a supplement to the feature "Solving the Mystery of the Vanishing Bees."


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Without honeybees, many foods included in the breakfast at the left would become too rare for most people to afford. Shortages would affect an array of fruits, as well as jams and jellies, almonds and even milk, because dairies use alfalfa (which needs pollinators) as a protein-rich feed for dairy cows.

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