Your question: Why should Vegans eat honey?

Vegans avoid eating honey to take a stand against bee exploitation and farming practices that are thought to harm bee health.

Why is honey bad for vegans?

Honey is made by bees for bees, and their health can be sacrificed when it is harvested by humans. Importantly, harvesting honey does not correlate with The Vegan Society’s definition of veganism, which seeks to exclude not just cruelty, but exploitation.

Can I call myself vegan if I eat honey?

You can call yourself whatever you want of course. If you eat honey, then what you are is someone on a plant based diet. If you want to be vegan you have to actually be vegan. It is not ethical to commodify animals.

Are bees exploited for their honey?

The exploitation of bees is done especially for the extraction of honey, which is sold in great amounts. The use of other products also entails the exploitation of bees, and contributes to make it profitable to harm them in several ways including their killing.

Is honey bee vomit?

The moisture content of the honey is markedly influenced by the relative humidity of the ambient air surrounding the hive.” So, bottom line is this: Sorry, honey, honey is not bee vomit. “It never reaches the true digestive tract of a honey bee,” Mussen emphasizes.

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