Honey is humanity's oldest, most treasured food. It's the sweetness of sunlight, caught by a flower, turned to something wonderful by the work of bees. It's served as a special food and a remarkable medicine for thousands of years. But how do those busy little insects do it? The humble honeybee lives in the complex world of the hive, toiling without rest to produce one of nature's most wonderful treats. From the blossom to the jar, learn all about how these fascinating insects work their magic.