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A honeybee first travels to a flower, where it collects nectar, which is a mixture of mainly sucrose and water. Then, enzymes within the bee turn the sucrose into glucose and fructose. When moisture is evaporated from this substance, 18% water remains, and what is left is known as honey.

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