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Bee Mine Honey for sale at our farm!

Bee Mine Honey for sale at our farm!

Strawberry Season is underway at our family farm: Fruition Berry Farm in Kingston and we finally have some honey for sale!  Visit the farm at 3208 Hughes Road during regular picking hours (8:00am - 8:00pm Mon - Fri, 8:00am - 4:00pm Sat, 10:00am - 4:00pm Sun) for berries, veggies and...

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Late winter beehive check-up

Late winter beehive check-up

Winter is waning.  During a pleasant day last week (above freezing!) I took a quick peek under the lid of a few beehives to see if the bees survived the cold weather. There was a surprising amount of activity under the insulated top covers that I opened.  It's still to...

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Bee Mine Honey Co.

Our family has been growing fresh fruits and vegetables in the Kingston area for over 10 years. We rely on honeybees to pollinate our crops - and our honeybees rely on a healthy eco-system to thrive. We don’t use any pesticides or artificial chemicals in our honey production. Nature has produced a perfect natural food without interference from people!

Honeybees can fly up to 6 km to collect nectar and pollen from flowers and blossoms of thousands of unique plants – including clovers, dandelions, buckwheat and our nearby strawberry, raspberry and blueberry fields. In all, a hive of honeybees will buzz about four million flowers and fly 160,000 km to make 1 kg of honey. That’s a tremendous amount of work!

This pure raw honey is then collected from the hives, bottled and packaged without any heat pasteurization or processing - ensuring that all of the natural enzymes and proteins are still active. Raw honey naturally contains elements of pollen, nectar and propolis and retains the best flavor, aroma and nutrients. Pure honey does not require refridgeration

A jar of Bee Mine Honey is like having a beehive in your kitchen - without the stings!  Read more...