Vendor(s): Brian Lacey
Telephone Number:
613-443-2101
Payment Methods:
cash
Online:

Product Type:
Honey & Maple & Pantry Staples

Products:

Raw Honey
Liquid Honey
Buckwheat Honey
Beeswax candles
Lemon Honey
Cinnamon honey
Comb Honey

About Blue Shoes Honey

Blue Shoes is a family business producing a superior quality, artisanal honey while treating our bees with love and respect. At a time when many businesses believe that bigger is better, our bees have taught us that small is beautiful. We plan to maintain a modest operation that serves the local community and allows us to treat our bees as partners rather than possessions. To guarantee the purity of our honey we never use synthetic chemicals or antibiotics on our bees. Our honey is cold-processed (Raw) or minimally heated (Liquid) in small batches to preserve its pollen content, unique floral character and natural enzymes.

In gratitude to honeybees and all pollinators, 10% of our profits are donated to pollinator research and conservation efforts

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