Honey and Butters
Almond Butter$ 12.95
Bee pollen contains lots of proteins and be an energy booster. It can be stirred into fruit juices, applesauce, yogurt or honey. Or sprinkle it on your salad and cereals and add it to your milk and shakes. Or eat as is! In case of special needs or allergies, contact your physician before taking.
Bee Pollen$ 13.95
Cashew Butter$ 7.95
For a quick energy boost, pinch open a honeystyx and squeeze the honey into your mouth. Each honeystyx has 5 grams (1 tsp) of pure U.S. honey with no artificial coloring and only 15 calories per straw. The perfect amount for a cup of tea or a Greek yogurt. Minimum order: 10 sticks--with any combination of flavors--totaling $3.00
Honey Sticks$ 0.30
My Raw Honey$ 11.95
Orange Blossom honey is a combination of citrus floral sources from oranges and nearby grapefruit or even lime and lemon trees in southern Florida, Texas, Arizona and California. The honey is white to extra light amber honey with a distinctive flavor and the aroma of orange blossoms. It is savored the world over on the table for everyday use, or in cakes and cookies.
Orange Blossum$ 7.95
Peanut Butter$ 3.99
Wildflower honey is made by bees that have collected nectar from a local source of wildflowers. The taste and composition of wildflower honey can vary depending upon the variety of flowers in bloom at the time the honey is made. Plastic jars are made from Polyethylene terephthalate, not known for leaching any chemicals.