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Raw Honey Review and Giveaway by Getting Green With Baby

Hot Springs, AR -- On her blog Getting Green With Baby, Alicia recently reviewed three varieties of raw honey from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition, she is holding a giveaway for one jar each of Raw Summer Wildflower Honey, Raw Tulip Poplar-Black Locust Honey, and Raw Buckwheat Honey.

To be honest, before I came across their site I had no idea there were so many specific types!,” says Alicia. “The Raw Summer Wildflower Honey was VERY sweet and had an almost lemony flavor to it.”

To read the full review please visit: http://gettinggreenwithbaby.blogspot.com/2014/02/raw-honey-review-giveaway-mohawk-valley.html

About Alicia

Alicia was born and raised in Indiana and lives with her husband and daughter in Hot Springs, AR. Alicia is trying to make the best of living far away from her family. She enjoys reading, doing crafty things, repurposing used items, being outdoors, and blogging in her spare time. She and her husband also own Cottage in the Woods Co. on Etsy, which offers natural bath and body products, household cleaners, and children's tutus.

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Raw Honey Review and Giveaway by Jenn, Mom of Two Munchkins

Santan Valley, AZ -- On her blog Jenn, Mom of Two Munchkins, Jenn recently reviewed three varieties of raw honey, and comb honey from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition, she is hosting a giveaway for one jar each of Raw Buckwheat Honey, Raw Tulip Poplar-Black Locust Honey, and Raw Summer Wildflower Honey.

“I loved that each honey had its own flavor profile so they were great for use in different things,” says Jenn. “The Munchkins are obsessed with peanut butter sandwiches whether they are with jelly, honey, or banana but since we got the honey they have only been requesting peanut butter and honey sandwiches. I would say that is a win for this honey and it is probably safe to say that they definitely prefer Mohawk Valley Trading Co. Raw Honey to the store bought honey I usually get.”

To read the full review please visit: http://www.jennmomoftwomunchkins.com/2014/02/mohawk-valley-trading-co-raw-honey.html

About Jenn

Jenn is the wife of a wonderful husband, and a stay-at-home mom of two beautiful children, whom she refers to as her “munchkins.” "Munchkin 1" is 9 and "Munchkin 2" is 3.

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Raw Honey Review and Giveaway by The Way To His Heart

Kennebunkport, ME -- On her blog The Way To His Heart, Maeghan recently reviewed three varieties of raw honey from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition, she is holding a giveaway for one jar each of Raw Buckwheat Honey, Raw Tulip Poplar-Black Locust Honey, and Raw Sunflower-Summer Wildflower Honey.

We have really enjoyed using raw honey and learning about and trying the different flavors,” says Maeghan. “We love honey in this household, but were novices and used store-bought, pasteurized honey. Never again! Mohawk Valley Trading Co.’s Buckwheat Honey has a nice, strong flavor that I am now using with all of my marinades.

To read the full review please visit: http://www.thewaytohisheartblog.com/banana-raw-honey-shake-a-giveaway/?subscribe=success#blog_subscription-2

About Maeghan

Maeghan lives in Kennebunkport, ME with her husband, their daughter Caroline, son George, their dogs and cat, and the occasional rescue foster dog. She grew up in New York and South Carolina, so her cooking influences reflect that. Cooking from scratch, using local, organic, and sustainable ingredients is what is most important to her and she tries to introduce that in her cooking as much as possible.

Her blog contains some original recipes by herself, family members, and some great recipes she’s found along the way. She feels her blog is about showing love through food. She says, “I don’t view some recipes as ‘fancy’ and others ‘comfort.’ Good food is comforting, point blank.”

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Raw Honey Review and Giveaway by Newly Crunchy Mama of 3

Cleveland, OH -- On her blog Newly Crunchy Mama of 3, Brandy recently reviewed three varieties of raw honey, and comb honey from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition, she is holding a giveaway for one jar each of Raw Buckwheat Honey, Raw Tulip Poplar-Black Locust Honey, and Raw Summer Wildflower Honey.

“These products are nothing short of amazing....They're delicious, and I love experiencing all the different flavors from different hives,” says Brandy. “The Raw Buckwheat Honey is a variety I hadn't tried before. This honey has a very complex, almost earthy quality to it. It reminds me of molasses, only much, much better.”

To read the full review please visit: http://www.newlycrunchymamaof3.com/3/post/2014/01/12-uses-for-raw-honey-plus-giveaway-218.html

About Brandy

On Newly Crunchy Mama Of 3, Brandy talks about her life. Whether it be rants, the joys of parenthood, recipes, or product reviews and giveaways, she always has something to share with you all.

Brandy has been married for over 4 years now, and she has added 2 more beautiful children to her family. They tried to conceive for awhile, and it was definitely a struggle. They found out she has PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) so they made a ton of lifestyle changes in hopes of expanding their family. The journey was hard, but it paid off in the end. They suffered through 4 miscarriages in 3 years, and were finally blessed with their little princess Sophia Suzanne on New Year's Eve, 2009. Shortly after they had her, they were given the shock of a lifetime when they discovered they were expecting AGAIN.

With 2 toddlers and a preteen, her hands are pretty full. She says there is never a dull moment in her home, and they have had some fun experiences as well as some that are not-so-fun. Despite the insanity and chaos that surrounds her every day,  she is so incredibly grateful for the life she has, and wouldn't change a single thing.

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Raw Honey Review and Giveaway by Gathering My Roses

Savannah, GA -- On her blog Gathering My Roses, Terri recently reviewed three varieties of raw honey, and comb honey from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition, she is holding a giveaway for one jar each of Raw Buckwheat Honey, Raw Tulip Poplar-Black Locust Honey, and Raw Sunflower-Summer Wildflower Honey.

“I slather it on bagels and toast, sweeten my tea (hot and cold), bake with it. I've made a hot toddy many times to ease a sore throat and ward off a cold. I have...just eaten it with a spoon,” says Terri. “Once you've eaten REAL, unprocessed raw honey... you will never look back.”

To read the full review please visit: http://gatheringmyroses.blogspot.com/2014/01/raw-honey-from-mohawk-valley-trading-co.html

About Terri

Terri is a Social Media Consultant, Brand Influencer, Product Reviewer, Blogger, Historian, proud Mom of two amazing daughters and Wife to the best husband on earth.

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Raw Honey Review and Giveaway by Green Eggs & Goats

Remlap, AL -- On her blog Green Eggs & Goats, Heather recently reviewed three varieties of raw honey, and comb honey from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition, she is holding a giveaway for one jar each of Raw Buckwheat Honey, Raw Tulip Poplar-Black Locust Honey, and Raw Adirondack Wildflower Honey.

“Tulip Poplar – Black Locust Honey:  I think this was our favorite of the bunch with a light, almost caramel flavor,” says Heather. “Finally, we were able to taste the comb honey. This is honey preserved in its most natural state, as it is actually still in the comb that the bees built. I’m convinced this is one of life’s simple pleasures.”

To read the full review please visit: http://www.greeneggsandgoats.com/2014/01/honey-review-giveaway.html

About Heather

Heather is a wife, daughter, mother of 3, homeschooler, homesteader, egg gatherer, cow milker, goat chaser, country girl and having way too much fun blogging about it all!

Her mission with Green Eggs and Goats is to glorify God by welcoming those who long for the country life and equipping them with an “I can do it” attitude by sharing her know-how and entertaining them with her stories.

She just felt boxed in by the city and hated the constant noise of cars and sirens. She felt she was simply not cut out for the role of suburban housewife. Instead, she feels quite at home with 9 goats, 2 cows, about 25 chickens, 2 ducks, 12 guineas, 2 cats, a dog, a betta fish, and a pond full of bream and catfish.

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Raw Honey Review and Giveaway by Hanging Off The Wire

Blackduck, MN -- On her blog Hanging Off The Wire, Hayley recently reviewed raw honey and honey comb from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition, she’s holding a giveaway for one jar each of raw buckwheat honey, raw summer wildflower honey, and raw tulip-poplar black locust honey.

“If you are planning to use honey for its health-benefits, it must be raw honey. Heating honey (pasteurization) destroys the all of the pollen, enzymes, propolis, vitamins, amino acids, antioxidants, and aromatics.,” says Hayley. “We love honey in this house, and do use it for health benefits, especially for Callan. It works!”

To read the full review please visit: http://www.hangingoffthewire.com/2014/01/mohawk-valley-trading-co-honey-giveaway.html

About Hayley

Hayley is a mama of 2 miracle baby boys, one in heaven, and the wife of a Disabled Army OIF/OEF Vet.

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Buckwheat Honey & Buckwheat Hull Pillow Review by The Binder Ladies

Bellingham, Washington, USA -- The Binder Ladies (one of the top couponing sites on the internet) recently reviewed Raw Buckwheat Honey and a Buckwheat Hull Pillow from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company.  [Read More]
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"Beekeeping for Dummies" Author, Howland Blackiston, to Speak Saturday, June 8th at the Keene Public Library, Keene, New Hampshire

The Monadnock Beekeepers Association has invited "Beekeeping for Dummies" author Howland Blackiston to speak Saturday, June 8th at the Keene Public Library, Keene, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, United States. The Monadnock Beekeepers Association is the local chapter of the New Hampshire Beekeepers Association, established in December of 2003 to support and educate beekeepers in the Monadnock region of New Hampshire  [Read More]
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New Honeybee Documentary “More Than Honey” Opens June 12 at the New York City Film Forum

Kino Lorber is coming out with a new documentary about honeybees, opening June 12 at the New York City Film Forum with a national release to follow. Oscar-nominated director Markus Imhoof tackles the vexing issue of why bees, worldwide, are facing extinction.  [Read More]
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Raw Summer Wildflower Honey at The Naturalist’s Notebook, Seal Harbor, Maine

Mohawk Valley Trading Company Raw Summer Wildflower Honey is now available at the The Naturalist’s Notebook, Seal Harbor, Hancock County, Maine, United States. Wildflower honey, also known as polyfloral honey, is derived from the nectar of numerous species of flowers or blossoms and the taste, aroma and flavor will vary from season to season, depending on which flowers are dominant at the time the nectar is collected.  [Read More]
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Beekeeping and Honey Label T-Shirts: 15% Discount

In their effort to support and promote bee keeping, sustainable agriculture, local, small and family owned farms and other local food sources, Crooked Brook is offering a 15% discount off beekeeping and honey logo-label custom printed t-shirts from 5/15 to 5/22/2013 with the promo code "522013".  [Read More]
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Comb Honey Orders Now Being Accepted by the Mohawk Valley Trading Company

The Mohawk Valley Trading Company is now accepting orders of their Comb Honey that is expected to be available approximately Mid-July 2013. Comb honey is sections of the hexagonal-shaped beeswax cells of the honeycomb that contain raw honey that have been cut from the wooden frames of a beehive.  [Read More]
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Prince William Regional Beekeepers Association Seeks Nominees for Vice President

Prince William Regional Beekeepers Association is accepting nominations for the position of Vice President; voting will take place at the next club meeting to be held on Tuesday, May 14th, 7pm – 9pm at the Manassas Church of the Brethren, Manassas, Virginia, United States. Honey bees are insects that are related to wasps and ants and there are approximately 20,000 known species of bees found on every continent except Antarctica.  [Read More]
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