It’s not just where your honey comes from that matters. It’s who. And we know each of our 270+ independent beekeepers by name.
From Comb to Home
As a co-op, not a corporation, we keep our focus on what’s best for our beekeepers, our honey and our customers. In short, if we wouldn’t put the honey on our own dinner table, we won’t put it on yours.
Owned by Beekeepers, Operated by Beekeepers
Whether they’re tending to hives in the Dakota prairies or on the Hawaiian Islands, we know where and who our honey comes from. Because as members of a co-op, our beekeepers make decisions together, and do what’s best for our honey and what’s best for the families who buy our honey.
Turtle Lake, ND
After working for Mike T., a beekeeper in North Dakota, for a summer, Mason learned the universal truth of beekeeping, “Once it’s in your blood, it’s always there.
Beekeeping has been the family business for generations, and as Jamie O. now tends the nearly 4,300 hives, she’s finding ways to follow tradition while making her own way.
A third-generation beekeeper, David says being a member of the co-op allows him to do what he loves best – take care of the bees. “Sioux Honey Association Co-op markets our honey, so we can focus on our hives,” he says.
From Our Hives to Your Table
Our beekeepers know honey makes every meal better. So, whether you’re hosting a dinner party or just packing lunch for the kids, these recipes will bring a little honey-sweetened goodness to your day.