Bees Are Carrying Pesticides Into Most of the World's Honey

Bees Are Carrying Pesticides Into Most of the World's Honey
The decline of the world's industrialized honeybees has been well documented. A combination of pesticides and parasites have led to whole bee colonies dying off, a phenomenon called Colony Collapse Disorder. Now, it turns out the pesticides that are hurting the bees are also turning up in the world's honey supply. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports.