Do Vegans Eat Honey or Use Beeswax? Nope | PETA.org

Published  by Danny Prater

Did you know that bees are naturally involved in the production of an array of substances in addition to honey, including beeswax, propolis, “bee bread,” and royal jelly—all of which serve a vital purpose within their hives? When humans take and use these things for themselves (or intervene in other ways), bees are often left unprepared to survive harsh winters, unable to fight off diseases, or worse. You may be wondering: Do vegans eat honey? If so, you’ve come to the right place.

Living vegan means embracing every opportunity to reduce the suffering of all animals, regardless of their species. With their populations in a state of alarming, steady decline, there has never been a better time to give bees a break and make the switch to bee-free products.

Learn how using the following products can hurt bees, and discover what you can use in their place:

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