Bees turn nectar from flowers into honey in order to have a food source that can be stored in the hive for a long time. Many other insects feed on flower nectar, but most are unable to store it. By making nectar into honey, bees ensure they have a source of food that will last them through the winter, or other lean times without access to fresh nectar. Though they also store flower pollen (which is a dry material and easier to store than nectar), the sugar content of honey is important to give the bees the energy they need.
Bees make honey because they are so designed to carry out such obligation. Honey also serves as their food though not in all castes and stages of their live.
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