Comment: It's the food

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It's the food

They do not suggest, in this article, that bees produce HFCS. They suggest the problem could be a result of feeding it to them.

HFCS is used to replace harvested honey. Funny thing about bees, when the honeycomb is full they slack off on pollination.....when fed HFCS they tend to work longer hours......especially when the Queen is demanding more honey.