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    Our new packaging for 2014

    Look out for our new packaging and blends in 2014. We will introduce a dry blend in our three flavours
    The drink of love.

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    Jamaica’s gourmet honey

    Choose from our wide selection of products of the hives ranging from logwood honey to bee pollen to beeswax candles.

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    Socially-responsible & Sustainable

    We raise our bees in an eco-friendly manner strategically positioning our bees next to organic orchards in Jamaica’s countryside.

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    HoneyStix™ for the child in you

    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.

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    EcoFarms™ selected as
    a “Bold One”

    EcoFarms™ has been selected as one of National Bakery’s Bold Ones – New Champions in Manufacturing for 2014

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    Buzz™ now at Michi Super Center

    Buzz™ now at Michi Super Center

    Come by Michi Super Center in Kingston (located on the Boulevard at Savannah Ave) and enjoy a 5% discount on our Buzz™ Honey Wine.

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EcoFarms in the News

February 2014: TVJ Prime Time News Watch

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........

Where to Buy our Products

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Constant Spring (Carby'sCraft Cottage)
Devon House (Things Jamaica), 
JBDC (14 Camp Road)
Michi Super Center (Boulevard @ Savannah Ave)
Monarch Pharmacy (Barbican), 
Norman Manly Airport (Things Jamaica)

Portmore: Megamart

Mandeville: Megamart, Fontana Pharmacy, NCU Gift Shop

Montego Bay: 
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)


EcoFarms Jamaica


We will ship our products to every village, town and city worldwide.


The EcoFarms Story

You will live in the land that I gave to your forefathers"

EcoFarms has been in the Foster and Reid families for three generations.  In 1976, Harry and Tina Foster fell in love with a fifty-acre farm in the hills of Balaclava, St. Elizabeth a stone throw from Harry's birthplace.  "The Farm" became the passion of Harry, a Mining Engineer and graduate of Jamaica School of Agriculture (JSA) and Tina, a Registered Nurse.  Every Saturday, the family would journey down to "Bala" with their three children.  After a day of plucking chickens, pruning coffee, or harvesting oranges the children would "drive" the dilapidated Morris Oxford or the handcart belonging to the farm hand. 

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Why Buy Our Products

Quality -  our honey is organically produced.  

Flavour - our apiaries are strategically located in remote areas near orchards of coffee, logwood, orange, flowering trees and crops.  

Capacity - we are able to supply 1,000s of bottles per year. 


Customer's Testimonial

ERATThe design of the product is very unique. It’s different from other wine bottles that would make it stand out from the other competitors.  Also, it looks attractive making it suitable for the export market.The design of the product is very unique. It’s different from other wine bottles that would make it stand out from the other competitors.  Also, it looks attractive making it suitable for the export market.

R Wallace