As sweet as honey

The House of Bees and Honey at Kibbutz Yad Mordechai is home to more than 5,000 beehives, making it the largest apiary in all of Israel.

September 11, 2014 16:52
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A bee collects pollen from a flower

A bee collects pollen from a flower.. (photo credit: GILAD KAVALERCHIK)


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The summer is coming to an end and the High Holy Days will soon be upon us. In honor of Rosh Hashana, the Israeli Honey Board is holding its annual festival, As Sweet As Honey.

Participants can visit honey producers, meet the beekeepers, taste an assortment of honeys and learn about the importance of the foodstuff in our lives.


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