Wet weather puts dampener on honey supplies

Fears over honey shortage Credit: Picture by: Dean Fosdick/AP

There are concerns that there could be less honey this year because of the wet weather.

Beekeepers in Norfolk are warning a 16% loss of honey bees will affect the market. The wet weather has meant many bees can't collect enough nectar to make honey but they are also affected by insecticides on crops and by disease.

There are also worries that because bees are the main pollenators of our food sources it could mean shortages of fruit and vegetables in the long term.