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  1. Companies capitalise on wish for a beehive buzzRead the original story w/Photo

    55 min ago | Dominion Post

    ... business Kiwi Bees has been capitalising on the growing popularity of beekeeping by offering bees for pollination and honey production to urban dwellers and lifestylers. Jack Barley's Host a Hive service allows people to rent hives to keep in their ...


  2. London: The Lancaster London Will Be Sweet Like Honey Next WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | HotelChatter

    Uh huh honey! If Kim and Kanye are still in Europe next Monday, one place they may want to pop into is the Lancaster London which - already known for its resident bees - is now going one further by hosting the London Honey Show on 6 October from 6-9pm. Your 1 entrance fee gets you access to tastings , a hive display, talks from bee experts and various stalls and exhibits.


  3. Honeybee study leads into holiday observanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This Week Community News

    Second-grader Raiden Gipson touches a honeycomb following a presentation about bees and honey Sept. 24 at the Columbus Jewish Day School in New Albany.


  4. Armenian Beekeepers Seek State Support As Dry Climate Affects YieldRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Groong

    ARMENIAN BEEKEEPERS SEEK STATE SUPPORT AS DRY CLIMATE AFFECTS YIELD 11:19 * 30.09.14 The dry climate of the past couple of years has seriously affected beekeeping industries, essentially reducing the volumes of production. Speaking to Tert.am, owners of several beekeeping businesses shared their concerns over the poor honey yield.


  5. Gather Around the Hotel Shangri-la Table for Festive Thanksgiving...Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | PRWeb

    ... salads - Mixed Greens or Organic Kale; main course selection of roasted Free-range Turkey with classic trimmings, Honey-glazed Ham, fresh King Salmon or savory Prime Rib. To top off the holiday feast, diners can choose between classic Pumpkin Pie ...


  6. Want Honey From Bees Being Raised On New York City Rooftops?Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Inventor Spot

    ... it into liquid gold with their alchemy. You can try some of this precious product with this Manhattan Rooftop Honey Flight. Beekeepers, like those who belong to the New York City Beekeepers Associate, have beehives that they maintain on rooftops all ...


  7. Teaching Kids the Importance of Honey BeesRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | WNEP-TV Moosic

    Hannah Comeau, known as the Bee Keeper's Daughter, visited students to talk about the importance of honey bees and their population problems in our area.


  8. Identifying a new culprit in IBSRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Globe and Mail

    ... barley, yogurt, apples, apricots, blackberries, pears, artichokes, cauliflower, mushrooms, pistachio nuts, cashews, honey and agave nectar. And more. FODMAP carbohydrates are poorly absorbed in the small intestine and, as a result, make their way to ...


  9. Why Utah is doing honey rightRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Grist Magazine

    ... brothers - Nathan, 15; Sam, 14; and Ben, 11 - are setting up beehives across their community and harvesting the honey to sell. The three super-teens have installed about 20 hives across their area. "Most of the time people come to us and ask if we ...


  10. Nutrition whiz? Take our quizRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Winnipeg Free Press

    ... (The syrup contains 14 grams of the sweet stuff and the white sugar contains 13 grams). Meanwhile, one tablespoon of honey contains the highest amount of sugar -- about 17 grams. Honey proponents claim it has some health benefits. Most experts ...


  11. The Europe Food & Beverage Sugars & its Substitutes market is...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    ... health related issues have proliferated worldwide, and in order to combat them, artificial sweeteners such as stevia, honey, dextrose, xylitol, agave nectar and others serve as the best solution for lessening the sugar intake. However, the stevia ...


  12. What's On in Devon and Cornwall - September 29- October 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Western morning News

    Cornwall's largest traditional street market gets under way this week as the people of Callington celebrate their annual Honey Fair. Held on the first Wednesday of October since the ancient festival was revived in 1978, this year's event will again be a celebration of the East Cornwall town's links with beekeeping.


  13. Honey business keeps her busy as a beeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Day

    Beekeeper and high school junior Karley Skutul holds a frame covered with bees from one of two hives behind her home in Methuen, Mass. Skutul, who has been harvesting and selling her own honey with her father's help since the age of 10, tends to two more hives in New Hampshire and an additional two in Maine.


  14. Canadian beekeepers file lawsuit against Bayer, Syngenta over bee-killing neonicotinoidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsTarget.com

    ... that is handling the case. The lawsuit was filed in the Ontario Superior Court on September 2 by two of the largest honey producers in Ontario, Sun Parlor Honey Ltd. and Munro Honey. The next day, the Ontario Beekeepers Association publicly ...


  15. Why This U.S. Senator Wants You To Care About BeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Refinery 29

    September is National Honey Month, and we're celebrating with a host of sweet stories - from whether honey really works as an antibiotic to the merits of honey-based shampoo . But, we're also highlighting a more serious issue: protecting our bees, without which we'd have no honey - or apples or almonds or any of the other crops that rely on bee pollination to survive.


  16. Oh Canada! The Lower Laurentians-Basses-Laurentides: Regional DelightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    ... -home to 6500 beehives. The busy bees pollinate flowers all over Quebec, terminating in one of the most interesting honey farms in Canada. There's an educational center where I learned a thing or two watching the beekeepers smoke the hives. Did you ...


  17. Airdrie's community orchard brings urban agriculture to parkRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Airdrie City View

    ... got six different kinds of apple trees, four cherry trees, two plum trees, one pear tree, Saskatoon berries, and honey berries,' Bazar said. 'The idea isn't as much about providing fruit, but more to give homeowners some information and a chance to ...


  18. Memories of Lye dad who built a car in the shedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 19, 2013 | Black Country Bugle

    ... with the vandals who took pleasure in knocking the hives over. I bet one or two of them got stung. We always had honey to eat which we loved on toast. Dad was a keen gardener and rented an allotment in Oldnall Road. He also grew tomatoes in a ...


  19. Mystery Plant: Mystery Plant is at home in deep river swampsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Aiken Standard

    ... dries down. These flowers are much prized by bees for their nectar. In fact, beekeepers have learned that an excellent honey can be made from this nectar. The trick is to move your beehives into the swamp at just the right time, when not many other ...


  20. Bees all busy at marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Otago Daily Times

    Jasmine Rixon holds a honey frame at the Bee Expo at Otago Farmers Market at Dunedin Railway Station on Saturday. Photo by Peter McIntosh.