Honey is so much more than just a way to add sweetness. Real honey (that is honey from the comb) is complex and rich and full of flavor. It’s a superfood that does good things for our bodies.
It’s time to elevate honey to a starring role. It’s time the world experiences real, bite-sized snacking honey. Enjoy it after dinner, as a midday pick-me-up, or simply just because.
Pass The Honey provides the highest quality honeycomb that’s completely raw, with no fraudulent additives. It’s non-GMO, unprocessed, and free from pesticides or other chemicals.
We source the cleanest honeycomb in the world! Our honeycomb is an unaltered product harvested straight from the hive, without additives or extraction. Unlike liquid honey, it is nearly impossible to imitate or dilute this product.
One bite and you can taste the difference – because it's real!
We hold ourselves and our honeycomb to a higher standard. Unlike liquid honey, you cannot blend or heat honeycomb. To ensure our honeycomb meets the highest regenerative standards possible, we use independent 3rd-party labs. We are the only honey company setting and ensuring standards using third-party lab verification. Period.
Eating Our Honeycomb Supports Bees and Beekeepers Alike
Pass the Honey co-creates with bees and multi-generational beekeepers to evolve beekeeping practices and ecosystem diversity far beyond what is currently perceived to be possible.
We do this through sustainable beekeeping practices, rigorous testing and sourcing only 20% of a hive's comb to encourage healthy hive activity and stability. When you eat our honeycomb, you’re also supporting the vitality of bees and their keepers.
We invite you to join our mission to create a regenerative supply system that will positively impact bees and beekeepers worldwide!
Check out the video below to hear our story.
We get it, you probably have questions like "Is the wax edible?" You bet it is. Or how about "does this hurt the bees"? No way, in fact it helps them! We have an article that should answer all of your questions. Learn More or read some of our most recent blog posts below and discover more about Pass the Honey.