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Choose from our wide selection of products of the hives ranging from logwood honey to bee pollen to beeswax candles.Shop Now
We raise our bees in an eco-friendly manner strategically positioning our bees next to organic orchards in Jamaica’s countryside.Shop Now
Our natural, healthy HoneyStix come in exotic Jamaican flavours ranging from tamarind to cinnamon. Athletes can grab a HoneyStix for a quick source of energy.Shop Now
December 2013: Call on Jamaican Ambassador
Two young Jamaican entrepreneurs, Yannek Page and Grace Foster-Reid, recently met with Ambassador to the United States. Read more....
June 2013: Buzz Honey Wine fetches three gold medals
Buzz won three gold medals in the JCDC Festival of Foods competition. These medals were based on presentation, palatability and originality & skill
Observer 2012: From the Bee to the Wine Glass.
It may seem a stretch that bees can make wine, but honey sure can. Mandeville-based entrepreneur Grace Foster-Reid started selling three flavours of her Buzz Honey Wine in Kingston and Mandeville supermarkets this month. Read more....
Gleaner 2011: Interesting Twist on Honey
When The Gleaner caught up with Grace Foster-Reid at her Mandeville home recently. Read more........
Kingston: Carby's, Craft Cottage, Devon House (Things Jamaica), JBDC (14 Camp Road), Monarch Pharmacy (Barbican), Norman Manly Airport (Things Jamaica)
Mandeville: Megamart, Fontana Pharmacy, NCU Gift Shop
Montego Bay: Megamart, Sangster Airport (Things Jamaica, The Coffee & Spice Shop), Shoppes at Rose Hall (The Coffee & Spice Shop), Cruise Ship Terminal (The Coffee & Spice Shop)
Ocho Rios: Cruise Ship Pier (The Coffee & Spice Shop)
Negril: Boardwalk Village (Things Jamaica)
Port Antonio: Marina (Things Jamaica)