All animals, including us, are heavily reliant on pollination of plants for food.  Without pollinators like the honey bee we will have very little to eat.  Since cattle rely on pollinated plants for food we will have a major shortage of milk and meat.
"Less bees, less anthropogens"
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Where I live most of the wild honey bees are already gone.  I used to keep bees but no more and my tiny orchards are already suffering.
The video at left is about how pollination works.  There are many more detailed videos on the net.

You can take a cursory look at the list below to see some of what will be missing from your diet.  All meat products will go from scarce to non existent.  Many farm animals are already dying due to drought and the shortage of food for the animals will only get worse which means that the shortage of food for us will get worse too. 

No more bacon and eggs or toast in the morning.
The Honey bee is not the only pollinator but we can consider it to be the canary in the coal mine.
  Alphabetical Listing of Crops Dependent upon or Benefited by Insect Pollination
1 Acerola 55 Crimson Clover 109 Peanut 
2 Alfafa 56 Crotalaria 110 Pear
3 Almonds 57 Crownvetch 111 Pepper, Green
4 Alsike Clover 58 Cucumber and Gherkins 112 Persian Clover
5 Anise 59 Currant 113 Persimmon
6 Apple 60 Date 114 Pigeonpea
7 Apricot 61 Dill 115 Pimento or Allspice
8 Arrowleaf Clover 62 Drug Plants 116 Plum and Prune
9 Artichoke and Cardoon 63 Durian 117 Pomegranate
10 Asparagus 64 Eggplant 118 Pumpkin and Squash
11 Avocado 65 Endive  119 Pyrethrum
12 Ball Clover 66 Feijoa 120 Quince
13 Balsam Pear 67 Fennel 121 Radish
14 Beans 68 Fig 122 Rambutan 
15 Beet 69 Flax 123 Rape
16 Berseem Clover 70 Gooseberry 124 Raspberry
17 Black Medic/Yellow Trefoil 71 Grapes 125 Red Clover
18 Black &White Pepper 72 Guava  126 Rose Clover
19 Blackberry 73 Herbs 127 Safflower
20 Blueberry 74 Huckleberry 128 Sainfoin
21 Broad Beans, Field Beans 75 Jujube 129 Scarlet Runner Bean
22 Broccoli 76 Kenaf 130 Sesame
23 Brussels Sprouts 77 Kidneyvetch 131 Sisal and Henequen
24 Buckwheat 78 Kiwi 132 Soybean
25 Cacao 79 Kolanut 133 Strawberry 
26 Carambola 80 Kudzu 134 Strawberry Clover
27 Caraway 81 Lavender 135 Subterranean Clover
28 Cardamon 82 Leek 136 Sunflower
29 Cardoon 83 Lespedeza 137 Sweet Clover
30 Carrot 84 Lettuce 138 Sweet Vetch
31 Cashew 85 Lima Beans  139 Tea
32 Cauliflower 86 Litchi  140 Tephrosia
33 Celeriac 87 Loquat 141 Tomato
34 Celery 88 Lubines 142 Trefoil
35 Chayote 89 Macadamia 143 Tung
36 Cherimoya 90 Mamey Sapote 144 Turnip and Rutabaga
37 Cherry 91 Mango 145 Vanilla
38 Chervil 92 Mangosteen 146 Vegetable Sponge
39 Chestnut 93 Mung Bean 147 Vernonia
40 Chicory 94 Muskmelon 148 Vetch
41 Chinese Gooseberry 95 Mustard  149 Watermelon and Cirton
42 Chive 96 Neem 150 Welsh, or Spring Onion
43 Cider Milkvetch 97 Niger 151 White Clover
44 Citrus 98 Nutmeg and Mace 152 White Flowered Gourd
45 Clove 99 Oil Palm 153 White Gourd 
46 Clovers, General 100 Okra 154 White Sapote 
47 Coconut 101 Olive 155 Zigzag Clover
48 Coffee 102 Onion 156  
49 Cole Crops 103 Papaw 157  
50 Coriander 104 Papaya 158  
51 Cotton 105 Parsley  159  
52 Cowpea 106 Parsnip 160  
53 Crabapple 107 Passionfruit 161  
54 Cranberry 108 Peach and Nectarine
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