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Our Mission

Pass the Honey was founded to evolve apiary practices and ecological diversity beyond what's perceived possible. To co-create with both bees and beekeepers

What does that mean?

We promote pollinator health through research, habitat creation, education and outreach, and public-private partnerships. Enhancing and accelerating pollinator-health efforts, and building the support necessary to sustain improvements in pollinator health for generations.

Our Company Goal

It is our goal to enhance 7 million acres of land for pollinators over the next 15 years – conducting research, habitat creation, restoration and enhancement, policy development and implementation.

Why are we doing this?

Today, pollinators face a variety of challenges, including habitat loss due to development, altered land use patterns, and climate change, as well as exposure to pests, pathogens, pesticides, and other stressors. Researchers generally believe that honey bees, like many other pollinators, are adversely impacted by a number of stressors, acting individually and in concert with one another, including habitat loss from development and changes in land use, exposure to arthropod pests, pathogens, and pesticides, in addition to frequent, long-distance, transportation of hives. It doesn’t have to be this way.

Finding healthier alternatives to sugar can help people with diabetes have more flexibility and freedom in their diet. Honeycomb’s low GI, antioxidants, and nutrients make it an ideal low blood sugar snack or everyday sweetener. 
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A simple way to help bees thrive in your area is to get familiar with types of bee species you commonly see there. By learning native bee habits and tendencies, you can live symbiotically with them. You may even be able to help create better habitats for these small but vital friends.

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Raw honey is a source of nutrients with anti-inflammatory and humectant properties, which may help reduce the symptoms of seasonal allergies. It has antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antiviral effects, which can serve as an extra layer of protection against illnesses when allergies tax the immune system. 
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