In this issue, F takes a close look at the relationships between honeybees and humans, honey and flowers, as well as the delicate harmonies that can be achieved through these relationships.
We need to look more closely at honey since it is an ingredient created through an exchange between plants and animals. Bees get food from flowers, flowers get pollinated by bees, and humans get honey — all of which makes up a story of circulation. This is the story covered by this issue of F. We hope it shapes viewpoints on food an ingredients. Many of our readers who pick up this issue because they are interested in honey as a food ingredient welcome to think about coexistence on earth after reading it. —Suyong Joh, Publisher
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