Honey

Sustainable beekeeping for sweet honey and positive social impact!

Honey

Beekeepers in developing countries often live in remote areas with underdeveloped infrastructure, which raises their transportation costs and limits the number of potential buyers they can negotiate with. At the same time they do not have good access to information regarding seasonal and regional honey prices. This puts them into a weak negotiation position with honey traders and often results in them selling their product at a fraction of its real value.

Our supplier, African Bronze Honey, ensures beekeepers are trained and equipped for free and are taught numeracy and literacy. Earning money by beekeeping can mean a metal roof, a bicycle, books or school fees. They earn a reliable source of income from their own efforts, in their own environment with a positive environmental and social impact. They are dedicated to preserving and promoting traditional practices in a sustainable manner.  

 

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