In The News: August


Most Extensive Study Shows a Beeg Problem with Pesticides The largest study ever conducted on pesticides, spanning 2,000 hectares across the UK, Germany and Hungary was set up to find “real-world” issues caused by the pesticide. The study showed negative impacts not only on honey bees, but also with wild bee species. Each country had … Continue reading In The News: August

Let’s Go Nuts: All about those nuts and seeds we love, and have because of our pollinators!


Most of us have heard how nuts are healthy… but do you know why? We got to cracking on the hidden benefits of our paleo and vegan friends’ favorite snacks! Almonds The king of the nuts, almonds are well known for their health packed power! One recommended serving has 163 calories, 6g protein, 6g carbs, … Continue reading Let’s Go Nuts: All about those nuts and seeds we love, and have because of our pollinators!

Summer Time Barbecued Watermelon


Summer necessities: friends, BBQ, and watermelon! Here’s our twist on a summer classic: honey glazed grilled watermelon Ingredients 6-8 slices seedless watermelon Juice of half a lime 2 tablespoons honey Sea salt Chopped basil Instructions Start by sprinkling salt on both sides of the watermelon wedges.  Lay them over the edge of the sink and … Continue reading Summer Time Barbecued Watermelon

In the News: July Edition


Parliament to Produce Honey Down Under Parliament is getting into the honey business. Three beehives have been installed in the grounds around Australia’s Parliament House in Canberra. The hives are hopped to produce honey, which will be for sale in the shop and will also be given as a gift for visiting dignitaries. Sounds like … Continue reading In the News: July Edition