Cinnamon and Honey

Wellness Benefits of Cinnamon and Honey   Bee Wild has a booth at eight of Atlanta’s Farmer’s Markets as well as a strong presence at various local events, and we find that our regular customers are well-informed about the latest trends in holistic wellness. So, they’ve requested that we put together and share a post…

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Encouraging Authenticity

One of the hallmarks of Bee Wild is that we encourage an individual’s authenticity from the top down. Our owner, John Wright, is an example of a person who accepts and allows where people are in their life, encourages people to express their unique talents and skills, and takes care of his personal feelings, if…

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Bees in Winter

Owner, John Wright, and the webmaster for Bee Wild shot video of John’s Dad and John talking about beekeeping and how they care for bees in winter. Because our customers have asked for more beekeeping and honey education, we will continue to add videos to our blog. Please support this effort by: leaving comments here…

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Abbatoir, a Local, Seasonal Jewel

I watched Unique Eats last week, and they reviewed Atlanta restaurants. Although I pass Abbatoir when I go to Yeah! Burger, I never thought of eating there, until I saw this program. So, when our webmaster’s 50th Birthday came up, I decided to make reservations for his birthday dinner. Abbatoir Delivers Local, Seasonal Food and…

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What Is Up with Sourwood Honey

We often describe Bee Wild’ honey as raw, wildcrafted, natural, and unfiltered. We don’t claim being “organic,” as this status is meaningless in the United States, as there is no recognized certifying body for organic honey. Here’s the URL for our article describing what the terminology we use and how we gather honey:  http://216.172.168.215/~beewild1/varietal-artisan-honey/ What…

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