BumbleBerry Farms

Here at BumbleBerry Farms, we take our lead from the bees--one hive can collectively travel as many as 55,000 miles visiting more than two million flowers to gather the nectar needed for one single pound of our Heritage Select Honey! With that same care and diligence, our honeycomb is hand-spun to gently release the sweet honey we offer up to you--bottled in vintage-inspired, cork-stoppered glass bottles.

We're a small operation, located in the foothills of Pennsylvania's Laurel Mountains, and as such, we craft everything ourselves in small batches. We hand-select the ingredients for our delectable honey-based spreads from a dairy farm and a maple sugar camp just down the road. Our skin care products are kept simple, using fair-trade, organic butters whenever we can get them...like our shea butter, which is harvested by women, the sole supporters of their communities in the Burkina Faso region of West Africa.

We are forever grateful to family and friends who have helped us along the way, lending their children for photo shoots, helping us in our festival booths, volunteering as testers for products in the making. With that same nod toward giving others a lift up, we follow their lead and offer a Honey Bee Good jar of our yummiest nectar with profits benefiting a local charity. Currently we're supporting Outdoor Odyssey at Roaring Run, a youth mentoring and leadership development program.

We hope you will take the time to investigate BumbleBerry Farms and that you will do as we attempt to do:

Spread a little sweetness on the planet. Bee happy. TM

~ Karen Sandusky Mosholder, owner & queen beekeeper


Listing last updated on Mar 26, 2012

Spread a little sweetness on the planet with BumbleBerry Farms Heritage Select Honeys and honey cremes like Honey Maple, Salted Honey Caramel, and Mayan Honey Cocoa. Also check out our line of all-natural skin care products made with simple ingredients and no preservatives or chemicals. Bee happy.

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