Welcome To The 15% Off Everything Grand Opening Sale!

As well as coming up with a snappy and in no way cumbersome promotion title, we’re offering you 15% off every item purchased with us until the end of September*.

It’s as a way of rewarding your efforts in finding us on the web. If you want great tasting organic honey the way it used to be made, healthy honey-based foods that are not only delicious but good for your body and mind too, and natural skincare that sooths and protects the skin without the need for any nasty chemicals, then you’ve come to the right place.

Hurry though, the sale won’t last forever. You have until the end of September to get your 15% off whatever items you buy, but it can be used as many times as you like until then, so feel free to keep coming back!

At the checkout simply enter THEBEE15 as the coupon code (handily placed in the Coupon Code field), and you’re all set.  If you have any questions or queries then don’t hesitate to contact us over on the Feedback Page.

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Happy Shopping!

~Mr & Mrs B

 

*Subject to the following conditions: There are none! But good on you for double checking to make sure we didn’t add anything sneaky in to the deal.

New Zealand Post Commemorates the Humble Honey Bee

There’s a reason the saying “busy as a bee” exists, and now New Zealand Post has commemorated the country’s hardest workers, our honey bees.

In 1913 regional groups of beekeepers formed the National Beekeepers Association of New Zealand, so to celebrate their centenary, New Zealand Post has released six commemorative stamps, which highlight the process of making honey; from bees pollinating the plants through to the production of sweet nectar.

According to the NBA, honey bees contribute about $5.1billion to New Zealand’s economy, attributable to pollination by honey bees, domestic honey sales and exports, beeswax and exported honey bees. Their value really can’t be understated, and without them we wouldn’t have access to half the foods we do in the supermarket. 

Ahead of next month’s Bee Aware Month campaign, there couldn’t be a more perfect commemoration of our hard working little food providers. The stamps can be bought from the New Zealand Post website.

~Mr B

Images via NZ Post.