An essay about the symbolic importance of Honey in the Jewish new year holiday, Rosh Hashana - By Professor Ronnie Perelis Read full article »
According to a recently published study in the journal Microbiology, manuka honey can help clear chronic wound infections and can inhibit the initial formation of bacterial colonies. Read full article »
National Geographic's website has some great info about bees, and a cool recording of a bee hive Read full article »
The city of Asheville celebrated its unanimous support to become embrace the Bee City movement and designate their city as the inaugural "Bee City, USA" and throws a celebration of honeybees downtown to celebrate. Read full article »
The White House kitchen posted its recipe for President Obama's homebrew beers, each featuring honey from the White House garden. Read full article »
The U.N. has released a report on the global crisis affecting honeybees, Colony Collapse Disorder Read full article »
Research at the University of Wales in the UK has shown that raw Manuka Honey can interfere with the growth of three bacteria that commonly infest wounds, including MRSA. Read full article »
Finally, we have a secretary of agriculture who gets it. Today, New USDA secretary Tom Vilsack declared that this Saturday, August 22, 2009 is National Honey Bee Awareness Day. Hopefully this is an indication that the USDA is gearing up to help lead the way to fight the devastation of Colony Collapse Disorder and to help Save the Bees. Read full article »
Studies from the University of California, Davis, reported in March 2004 that daily consumption of raw honey may raise polyphenolic antioxidant levels in blood and reduce the risk of damage by free radicals. A spoonful of honey a day could reduce the risks of some cancers, high blood pressure and stomach infections. Read full article »
This great video, “Do the Honey Bee” was made by the folks at Häagen-Dazs as part of their Help the Honey Bee Campaign. The ice cream company has been one of the few large U.S. companies to really show up big to help save the honey bees, a commitment that grows in part of their recognition of the vital role that honey bees play in pollinating the many fruits and nuts that flavor their ice creams. Read full article »
Exotic honeys from beautiful ecosystems on six continents - From mountains, deserts & jungles, to the tropics and the forests. Discover the honeys you want by origin.
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Explore through the various flowers that bees pollinated to create these amazing honeys. Dozens of different floral varieties of artisanal, sustainably harvested, raw honey.
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