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Beek's® Local Raw Honey

It Doesn’t Get More Raw Than Beek’s® Honey

The name of this product may have you asking, “What exactly is a beek?” To answer your question, it’s a bee geek. Or rather, it’s what we affectionately call the 200+ beekeepers who make up our Sioux Honey Association Co-op. They are the fathers, mothers, daughters and sons who have dedicated their lives to producing pure, natural raw honey that families all across the country can enjoy day in and day out.

Support Your Area’s Beekeepers

Every time you purchase Beek’s® honey, you’re also supporting the area’s beekeepers and bees that pollinate the surrounding supply of fruits and vegetables. So thank you. And kudos to you.

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Meet Our Beeks by Region

CALIFORNIA TEXAS MIDWEST NATIONAL

Golden Honey from The Golden State

Beek’s® Local Raw California Honey is the first of soon-to-be-many Beek’s® honey options. Every bottle is sourced solely from the hives of California-based co-op members. So, from the beekeeping to the bottling, every step stays truly local.

Jim Oakley

Jim has been a member of the Sioux Honey Association Co-op since 1966. He runs a honey farm with his two brothers, Ron and John. When they were kids, their dad Tony started the family honey operation and it’s been a family-run farm ever since.

Bob Brandi

Bob got into the bee game right out of college in 1973. He now owns a honey farm with his two sons and daughter, operating around 6,000 hives. On average, those hives produce 700,000 pounds of honey a year. In addition to producing honey, his bees also help pollinate his 40 acres of almonds.

Bryan Beekman

Bryan’s family honey farm runs about 10,000 hives in the Fresno Country area. Bryan is a third-generation beekeeper, and he has been a member of the Sioux Honey Association Co-op since 2002. With “beek” in his name, he was a natural-born beekeeper.

David K. Bradshaw

A member of the Sioux Honey Association Co-op since 1976, David’s father was an engineer on the Apollo Space Program at NASA before leaving all that behind to be a beekeeper. Today, when David isn’t tending to his hives, he’s engineering new gadgets to help fellow beekeepers, such as a special dolly to lift beehives.

Beek’s® Local Raw Texas Honey (Coming Soon)

Honey supplied directly from the hardworking bees and beekeepers in Texas.

Beek’s® Raw Midwest Honey (Coming Soon)

Honey gathered from all of our devoted beekeepers across the Midwest.

Beek’s® Raw Honey (Coming Soon)

A raw blend of honey from many of our 200+ U.S. family beekeepers.

Beek Family Recipe

Easy Fried Ice Cream Sundae

Our co-op beekeeper Jane uses honey on pretty much everything – chicken, veggies, you name it. But she says it's best drizzled on top of a big scoop of ice cream. Try it for yourself. Test out this Jane-approved recipe for the tastiest sundae you’ll ever have.

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Goodbye, sugar.
Hello, honey.

Consider replacing your refined sugar with natural honey. It’ll give all your recipes an added boost of moisture!

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Frequently Asked Questions

All-day sweetness.

From breakfast to dessert, a little bit of Beek’s® honey can make everything taste better.

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Monster Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches

Pumpkin Muffin with Pumpkin Spice Hon...

Chicken Avocado Bacon Salad

Brussels Sprouts Salad with Honey Vinaigrette

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Farmer’s-Market Quality Since 1921

The Sioux Honey Association Co-op started in 1921 by five humble beekeepers from Sioux City, Iowa.

Together, they formed this co-op to share equipment and resources in order to bring more honey to market. Today, there are more than 200+ independent family beekeepers that make up the co-op, and they all still do business the same way: We’re just families producing quality honey for families everywhere.

Find Your Sweetness Here

Making a grocery run? You can find our honey on most major retailers’ shelves.

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Have our honey shipped right to your door. You can purchase our honey online here.

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