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  1. Stroud farmers' market news with Gerb Gerbrands: Hive of activity set for tastingRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Stroudnewsand Journal

    This year the bees have been working in Cranham, Stancombe and Minchinhampton where they have produced very different honeys from each location. Giles believes in keeping the goodness of the honey as it is, ensuring that the customers get all the natural goodness that nature intended.

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  2. 2015 Good Food Awards Finalists Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | SFGate

    ... Butcher Shop on Thursday, February 20, 2014 in Berkeley, Calif. Photo: The Chronicle/Lea Suzuki Ames Farm , Locust Honey, Minnesota Apoidea Apiary , Rosemary Infused Dark Knotweed Honey, Pennsylvania AZ Queen Bee , Pure Raw Honeycomb, Arizona ...

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  3. Honey Production Slashes Dramatically In ArmeniaRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Groong

    HONEY PRODUCTION SLASHES DRAMATICALLY IN ARMENIA YEREVAN, October 23. / ARKA /. This year honey production in Armenia has slashed from two thousand metric tons in 2013 to about one hundred tons, said on Thursday Telman Nazaryan, the head of the National Association of Beekeepers Nectar.

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  4. Pilot program seeks to address honeybee-pesticide conundrumRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Ag Professional

    ... of agriculture that humans first cultivated more than four millennia ago. Honeybees are valued not only for their honey and local pollination of crops, but as hired labor in other regions: A number of S.C. beekeepers supply hives to pollinate crops ...

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  5. What to do in order cockroaches are disappeared instead of beesRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Al+ Armenia

    ... All want to have good phones, good connection and Wi-Fi, but at the end of the year they also want to eat good honey, this problem must be examined and solved,"- says Armenian Technological Academy President Vanush Davtyan. Mr. Davtyan brings the ...

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  6. Apple Pressing & Farm Stand Sat. 25thRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Patch.com

    ... pumpkins, winter squash, potatoes, onions, jam, and lavender oil. We'll also have our beekeeper on hand, selling his honey and answering your bee questions. This event is free and open to all. No need to RSVP. Please leave dogs at home, and BYO cup ...

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  7. Fall is a great time to make some changes around the houseRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | HeraldNet

    ... I like to switch to a spicier, citrus-based or more musky aroma. In the summer I burn Jo Malone's Nectarine Blossom & Honey scented candle, but come fall I move to her Orange Blossom fragrance ($65 each from www.jomalone.com). Let the light shine. ...

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  8. The Eaten Path: Chilliwack beekeepers gather to share wisdom and tipsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Chilliwack Times

    ... to promote their business with cards, pamphlets and small items for sale. Beekeepers are also invited to compete in a honey competition where attendees will taste and vote for their favourite. First, second and third place winners will be announced ...

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  9. Another matte lip balm favorite: Beessential's Orange Ginger Beeswax lip balmRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    If you are looking for a lip balm that is 100% natural, a lip balm made in the USA, a lip balm that is cruelty-free and carcinogen-free, and a lip balm that both smells good and tastes good, then look no more! Beessential lip balm, offered in several great flavors, is a smart, natural choice. The 'orange ginger' balm is flavored with orange oil, ginger oil and natural honey flavor.

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  10. Bee Biz a Sweet Deal for MivillesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sarasota Magazine

    Beginning in 1939, the Sun Fed Honey Company provided a wide variety of marmalades and jellies to local and international customers. East of South Tamiami Trail, off Clark Road, Shangri-La Groves were owned and operated by A.J. "Pat" and Betty Miville.

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  11. Michelin SR unit gets Ky. enviro awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Tire Business

    ... at Work" program, comprising the four natural environments listed above, a functioning apiary with established honey production and a walking path for employee use. The volunteers are considering adding a pavilion and partnering with local schools ...

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  12. Honey smugglers sent packingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    Border officials in New Zealand have denied entry to a couple caught smuggling honey, which could have devastated the country's lucrative bee-keeping industry, it's been reported. The man and woman from Ukraine were found with 3kg of honey and 1kg of pollen in their luggage at Auckland's airport, which they said was for their personal use, the New Zealand Herald reports.

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  13. Polo mayor on issue: Let it beeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Gazette

    POLO – Before allowing any public discussion about honey bees at Monday night's City Council meeting, Polo Mayor Doug Knapp put his foot down. "We're going to make a decision on this tonight.

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  14. Bite to the death: Sugarbag bees launch all-conquering raidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Science Daily

    An Australian native stingless bee species declares war on its neighbors by launching swarms of bees that lock hive-defenders in a death grip with their jaws so that both combatants die. They may be tiny and stingless but there's nothing sweet and innocent about a species of native sugarbag bee when it goes to war over a coveted honey-filled hive.

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  15. Le Jardin to host Apple Dinner on October 28Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Examiner.com

    ... sticks, dill creme fraiche -or- Torched romaine, Maytag blue cheese, spiced walnuts, Cortland apples, walnut oil, honey & celery seed dressing Entree (choose one) Dijon crusted chicken, Gala apples au poivre, roasted potatoes, apple cider braised ...

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  16. Food hub, year-round market provide models for Forest Grove business development (guest...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Courier Mailer

    ... bakery or a brewery, but could provide organizations/agencies with wholesale products such as dried berries or diverse honey-based products. Naturally, those same businesses I've mentioned could also each do the opposite: bakeries and breweries can ...

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  17. Smuggling honey into New Zealand isn't sweetRead the original story

    Tuesday | Scoop

    ... Barry Hantz, Federated Farmers Canterbury Bees Chairperson. "After MPI Border staff detected nearly three kilograms of honey and one kilogram of pollen concealed in luggage, the couple were rightly refused entry since they were coming here to work ...

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  18. Madhava Natural Sweeteners Celebrates Sweet Heritage and Expanded...Read the original story

    Tuesday | Business Wire

    ... highest quality products that promote and respect the health of the earth and their customers." Founded in 1973 as a honey producer, Madhava co-founder Bart Utley sold honey out of the back of his van in Boulder Canyon. In 1976, Bart hired Craig ...

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  19. Soule Homestead offers new Bee Keeping WorkshopRead the original story

    Tuesday | SouthCoastToday.com

    ... for his hives by "rescuing them" from houses and trees. In any given year, he gets between 2,000 and 5,000 pounds of honey from his bees. He is also in the process of expanding his bee business and is hoping to offer queen bees for sale, as well as ...

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  20. SEATON: Beekeeper's insight into creating - molten gold'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Pulmans Weekly News

    BEER author, poet and bee-keeper Rowland Molony has brought out a book giving an insight into his hobby as a producer of what he describes as 'molten gold', writes KEVIN?FAHEY. Producing honey is an ancient tradition thousands of years old that is probably more popular now than ever with consumers eager to support local provenance and enjoy the magical alchemy which sees bees transform pollen into a delicious topping for toast, or on cereals or to make cakes - to name just a few of its uses.

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