Bees Abuzz for U of G Pollen Substitute

July 11, 2005

Honeybees around the world are feasting on a natural pollen substitute created by researchers at the University of Guelph. It’s believed to be the first-ever pollen substitute scientifically formulated to meet bees’ nutritional needs.

Environmental biologists Abdolreza Saffari and Prof. Peter Kevan designed the product to help keep bee colonies healthy and strong when natural food sources are scarce — a growing concern around the world amid environmental changes.

The potential markets in North America and around the world are significant and could amount to millions of dollars annually, said Kevan.

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