BeeKind Wholesale Honey Shop
Welcome to BeeKind Wholesale Honey Shop, your go-to destination for premium quality bee products! We are thrilled to introduce our latest additions to our product range - Bulk Beeswax, Sunshine Blend Raw Bee Pollen, and Harvest Blend Raw Honey.
Our Bulk Beeswax is a versatile and natural ingredient that can be used in a variety of applications such as candle making, soap making, and skin care products. Our beeswax is sourced from the hives of our happy bees, and is completely pure and free of any harmful chemicals or additives.
Our Sunshine Blend Raw Bee Pollen is packed with essential vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that are essential for maintaining a healthy and balanced diet. Our bee pollen is collected from the finest flowers and is 100% pure and natural, ensuring that you receive the best quality product.
Finally, our Harvest Blend Raw Honey is the perfect addition to your breakfast table or kitchen pantry. Our honey is carefully extracted from our hives, and is completely natural and free from any artificial sweeteners or preservatives. Our Harvest Blend Raw Honey is the perfect balance of sweetness and flavor, making it an ideal choice for all your culinary needs.
At BeeKind Wholesale Honey Shop, we take great pride in our commitment to ethical and sustainable beekeeping practices, ensuring that our bees are always happy and healthy. We strive to provide our customers with the best quality bee products, and we are confident that you will love our Bulk Beeswax, Sunshine Blend Raw Bee Pollen, and Harvest Blend Raw Honey.
Thank you for choosing BeeKind Wholesale Honey Shop, we look forward to providing you with a truly exceptional shopping experience!
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We take great pride in our honey harvest, which occurs each year during the peak nectar flow period between late July and the end of August. Our priority is the well-being of our apiary, ensuring that each colony is equipped to survive the winter. We utilize langstroth beehives to extract excess honey carefully, which allows us to remove stored, cured nectar without disrupting the hive's overall health. Our extraction process involves using honey extractors, which come in various sizes, all working on the same basic principles. The honey is exposed, and centrifugal force is used to remove the liquid honey from the honeycomb within a vertical or horizontal drum. After extraction, we filter the raw liquid honey and package it for consumption. We also offer comb honey, a frame without a foundation, or a thin wax foundation that is ready for consumption without extraction.
It is important to note that the quality and characteristics of honey vary depending on the region and available forage. Honey can be classified into three basic categories: Single Origin, Multi-Flower, and Local, and are available in three forms: Liquid, Creamed/Whipped, and Honey Comb. In our region, the most common sources of multi-floral honey include alfalfa, clover, dandelion, fireweed, and wildflower, while other regions may produce honey from sources such as canola, buckwheat, manuka, eucalyptus, and sourwood. Our varietal blend predominantly features the flora of our region, but we are also proud to offer Single Origin honey from our hives.
We invite you to experience the natural and wholesome goodness of our raw honey.
If you're looking for a superfood that is as amazing as it is delicious, then bee pollen is what you need! This nutrient-dense food is collected by honeybees while foraging from flower to flower. The process of pollen collection begins when a honeybee lands on a flower. As they fly through the air, their bodies become positively charged with static electricity, and the pollen particles stick to the static charged hairs covering their body. The bees then use their corbiculae or "pollen baskets" on their hind legs to transport the flower pollen, which is rich in protein, back to the hive.
During peak pollen harvest times of the year, beekeepers use pollen traps that encourage bees to pass through the trap, brushing off some of the collected pollen into a tray for the beekeeper to harvest. Harvesting bee pollen for consumption is a balance between ensuring the hive has enough to sustain itself and collecting the excess, much like harvesting honey. The beekeeper then dries and cleans the pollen collected for consumption.
Now, let's talk about the amazing health benefits of bee pollen! It's a complete protein that contains all of the essential amino acids that the human body needs to function optimally. It is also rich in vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and antioxidants, making it a great dietary supplement for anyone looking to improve their overall health and well-being.
In addition to its nutritional value, bee pollen is also considered an immune system builder that can enhance vitality. It has been shown to boost the immune system, increase energy levels, and reduce inflammation in the body. Bee pollen is also a great brain booster, lifting brain fatigue, improving alertness, and helping concentration levels over an extended period of time.
So, if you're looking for a nutrient-dense superfood that can provide a wide range of health benefits for those who consume it regularly, then bee pollen is the perfect choice for you! Try it out today and enjoy the natural goodness that this amazing superfood has to offer!
We are proud to offer pure and high-quality beeswax that has been used by humans for thousands of years due to its versatility and practicality. Beeswax can be used in various ways, making it an essential resource for different industries and individuals.
One popular use for beeswax is in the creation of natural and eco-friendly food wraps. Our beeswax can be used to create reusable and biodegradable food wraps that are an excellent alternative to plastic wrap.
Another popular use for beeswax is in the creation of beeswax candles that burn longer and cleaner than many other types of candles. They also emit a subtle honey scent when lit, and produce negative ions that can help to purify the air in a room.
Our beeswax can also be used in the creation of furniture polish, which provides a natural and protective coating, restores and protects wooden furniture, and brings out the natural beauty of the wood.
In addition, many people use our beeswax to create their own natural beauty products, such as lip balm, lotion bars, and body butter, that are free from harsh chemicals and additives found in many commercial beauty products.
Other practical uses for our beeswax include wood lubrication, rust prevention for tools, natural deodorant, and a soothing balm for cracked heels and hands. Its waterproofing properties also make it a popular choice for conditioning leather footwear and protecting wooden cutting boards.
Our Wholesale Club Honey Shop's beeswax is a versatile and eco-friendly substance that has a wide range of practical uses and applications. Its purity and natural properties make it an excellent alternative to many synthetic materials, making it a valuable resource for various industries and individuals.
Yes! We are excited to offer wholesale accounts to our retail and commercial partners.
We offer shipping options between Canada Post, and Purolator, and are open to negotiating/ sharing shipping costs depending on order size, volume, and frequency.
Payment terms (net 15/ net 30) are available to certain wholesale customers after an initial 90 day aquaintence period.
Yes. We harvest our honey late summer (August - September) each year from our bee yards between Revelstoke and Armstrong BC, Canada.
When demand exceeds our available raw honey harvest supply, we select quality raw honey from our commercial honey producing partners in our area, supporting local while maintaining our distinct flavor profiles.
Our raw honey is an Alfalfa, Clover, and Wildflower blend.
From season to season it can change between White and Golden depending on many factors relating to what forage is most available.
We just started developing custom, native, non-invasive, wildflower, pollinator friendly habitat at our bee yards, to offer a unique flavour profile for our region. We're very excited to be increasing pollinator habitat, focusing on high value forage and nutrition for our bees and native pollinators, and creating a unique honey flavor profile.
Honey has a natural tendancy to gradually crystalize over time, depending on the sugar content of the nectar foraged. Some nectars will cause honey to crystalize quicker than others, along with a variety of other contributing factors.
To preserve the natural goodness in raw honey, you can place your jar in a pot of water on slow and low heat (just before a boil) and patiently wait for it to return to liquid. If you have a plastic bucket of honey, you should be able to also place in enough water that the two bottoms do not touch, and follow the same steps.
We are diligently working towards offering creamed soft set honey later in 2023, and plan to offer a limited supply of cut comb honey later in 2024.