As cool as we like to think we are, we realize we're just a small part of a greater good. Even the most minimal contributions in the same direction can make a big change. While we continue to work toward a more sustainable future through natural beekeeping practices, we also support others' efforts in beekeeping and honeybee promotion. By supporting each other we can continue to work for a common goal...the bees. Without them, well, we don't have anything left to work for.
RAW AND REAL
When it comes to food, Italians don't mess around. We value high quality honey from the strong colonies that have worked so hard to create it. Our honey is never pasteurized or filtered, only lightly strained to remove unwanted particles. You can expect there will be traces of pollen, propolis, beeswax, enzymes, minerals and all other natural goodness in your bottle of honey. Production is overseen by a distinguished queen bee and we do our best to preserve all that the colony has worked for. With the help of beekeepers throughout Utah, we are able to bring you the finest raw honey from the Beehive State!
COME JOIN OUR TABLE
Our two families are joined by sisters with a crazy love for fresh, whole foods, sunshine and beekeeping. We come from a long line of Italians that love to cook and eat. We live in the kitchen and start cooking the next meal before we've finished the last. If you have a love for food and eating like we do, then you've come to the right place! Our honey is raw, natural, and delicious. You've come here to partake...welcome to the family!
Keepers of Bees
We have learned that beekeeping is like raising children. There are a million different ways to do it and everyone has a different opinion. Beekeeping techniques are also largely dependent on the scale of beekeeping. While we continue to grow, we remain teachable in our beekeeping techniques, hoping to provide a more sustainable future for our little ladies. Being Certified Natural Growers has taught us ways to promote safe and natural beekeeping on land free of chemicals. And while it isn't possible for all of our honey to be created on such land, we will continue to educate others on how we all contribute to the welfare of our pollinators.