Every time that I refill the jar of honey at work, I like to psyche out my friends by brandishing the jar and proclaiming, "Do you know how many little bee mouths spat this stuff out?" Hokey enthusiasm! (Honey is plant nectar which has been digested/regurgitated by bees, and fermented, essentially, in the comb.) And on that note, here are a few facts about bees and honey.
Bees visit 50-100 flowers during a collecting trip.
It takes two million flowers to create one pound of honey.
It also takes about 55,000 miles to collect enough nectar for one pound of honey.
A worker bee will produce 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey in her lifetime.
These facts are from pbs!