As most of us are heading off now for a summer break, we at Persson are getting ready to say hello and welcome to 80,000 new work colleagues 🐝🌸
So, moving directly into their newly built and prepared beehive with the Queen in place our honey bees are already hard at work – pollinating flowers as they fly around searching for the local flowers in bloom.
Bees are an essential link in our ecosystem and according to the Swedish Beekeeping Association, 76 percent of everything grown in Europe requires pollination.
Bees play a key role in regulating ecosystems that support food production and natural habitats. All of which have a positive impact on the environment, climate change and more biodiversity.
Our Swedish bees originally from Närke have a meadow of wildflowers next to the Persson beehive waiting to be pollinated. They can in fact travel kilometres in search of food, visiting pastures to suck up the nectar and collect pollen on their legs as they move from flower to flower.
How much honey the bees produce will depend a lot on the weather and what flowers they find around us. We hope to be able to harvest honey twice a year.
We will keep you up to date with our honey bees progress and our work in terms of sustainability as we continue to focus on the environment.
If you have any questions or suggestions about our bees please let us know, and we look forward to creating a buzz, not just about our new colleagues but also our focus on Re-think packaging. Think sustainability.
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