This September, the National Honey Board is celebrating our favorite month of the year, by dedicating National Honey Month to support the honey bees, who are responsible for pollinating more than 35 percent of the foods we eat and producing the honey we enjoy.
We’re excited to announce the launch of our “Honey Saves Hives” program, where you can help us save the bees! For the entire month of September, by purchasing select made-with-honey products from Kashi, Justin’s and Frönen, the companies will donate directly to bee health research organizations, including Project Apis m., the largest honey bee non-profit in the U.S., who are committed to enhancing the health and vitality of honey bee colonies through research.
For more information on the “Honey Saves Hives” program and how you can help, check out our partners below, and visit www.honeysaveshives.com.
Kashi, producer of nutritious plant-based foods, is participating in this program with their Kashi Organic Honey Toasted Oat Cereal, a sweet, toasty, made-with-honey product. This delicious product is available in-stores nationwide and online.
Justin’s, maker of naturally delicious nut butters, is including their Justin’s Honey Almond Butter in this program. Made of honey bee-pollinated almonds & honey, this tantalizing product is available in-stores nationwide & online.
Frönen, maker of non-dairy frozen desserts, is participating with six made-with-honey flavors: Madagascar Vanilla, Strawberry, Mint Chip, Peanut Butter, Chocolate & Banana Coconut. These delicious desserts ship nationwide from their website.
The NHB is partnering with Project Apis m., the largest honey bee non-profit in the U.S. Proceeds from Honey Saves Hives will fund crucial research around mitigation of bee health threats, habitat and forage restoration, best management practices and more.
Beyond the purchase of these made-with-honey products during National Honey Month, each bottle of honey you purchase supports honey bees and funds critical bee health research year-round. Looking for a particular varietal? Check out our Honey Locator!