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Bees make honey so that they will have a long-lasting food source in case there isn’t enough flower nectar. Bees are active during the winter when nectar is unavailable. By refining nectar into honey throughout the warmer months, they ensure that they will have a food supply to get them through any shortages.
You can also look at this previous GreenAnswers questions regarding what bees use honey for: http://greenanswers.com/q/141196/animals-wildlife/insects/do-bees-eat-honey-fuel
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