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Torrey June 20, 2012 at 7:14 am

Where are your hives? I have been told that local honey, or more clearly, hives that are producing within 50 miles of where I live, could ease my allergies, and those of my children. I have searched your site, and have not found where your hives are located. Do you post where each individual honey product is made? could you make that information available?
You do have a very nice website, none-the-less

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Vicky (moderator) June 20, 2012 at 12:28 pm

Hi Torrey, thanks for your inquiry!

We work with a number of local farmers based in various locations throughout the Pacific Northwest region. Generally, our hives are not exclusively located in one specific area.

However, our Clover and Wildflower Honey is predominately, though not exclusively harvested in the Eastern Washington Region. The same goes for our Blackberry and Raspberry Honey. These are primarily harvested in the Western Washington region.

Thanks again, Torrey!

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