During her role as a forager, the worker bee will gather pollen into the pollen baskets attached to her hind legs. Consequently, she will return this pollen to the hive where it will be used for food for young brood. During her foraging, the worker moves from flower to flower while dispersing some of that pollen onto the pistil, and as a result of this, her most noteworthy role of pollination occurs. Almost all of our food supply depends greatly on the crop pollination carried out by honey bees. This includes crops we eat directly and those that are eaten by animals that produce meat and dairy products.