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Friday, 25 January 2008 09:49

local honey  - Spokane, WAThink Locally!  Find a beekeeper and natural, unpastuerized, raw honey producer in Spokane, Washington, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, eastern Washington, and the Idaho panhandle and taste what you've been missing.

Your link to sources of local, natural,  raw, unpasteurized honey, straight from hives in the inland northwest.

If you are not fortunate enough to keep bees, or don't know of a beekeeper in your neighborhood, then call up one of our members.

The following members of the have locally produced, natural honey and honey-related products for sale.  Unpasteurized, raw honey is generally available in many sizes including sqeeze honey bears, 1 lb. honey  jars, 2 lb. honey jars, and even large buckets of honey for wholesale use or for local mead brewers.  Ask your local beekeeper about beeswax, bee pollen from local hives in your area, honey comb, honey straws,and other nautural, specialty, honeybee products.

Spokane Honey, Coeur d'Alene Honey, Eastern Washington Honey, and North Idaho Honey

 

Name Phone Number Area
Tate's Honey Farm
Jerry Tate
509.924.6669 Spokane, Spokane Valley, Greenbluff Packaged natural honey, bulk honey, Ross Rounds, cut comb, pollen, pollination services, beekeeping supplies
Chattaroy Hills Honey Farm
509.220.0185 Chattaroy/Elk/Deer Park Packaged honey, bulk honey, pollination services, cut comb, beeswax candles, lotions, and pollen
Greenbluff Honey Farm
Harry Smits
509.238-4118
Colbert, Greenbluff
Packaged and wholesale raw natural honey
Bob Arnold 509.276.2399 Deer Park/Chattaroy Alfalfa Alfalfa honey, packaged natural honey, bulk honey, and pollination services
Wandering Bee Apiary
Travis
& Shauna Sammons
509.928.4326
509.991.3758
Greenacres Packaged natural Honey in containers of all sizes, bulk honey, pollination
Miller's Homestead
Jim Miller
509.299.9085 Cheney/Medical Lake Packaged natural honey, bulk raw honey, cut comb, beeswax,  beekeeping supplies
Joan Nolan 509.924.3652 Opportunity Quart jars of honey
Sweet & Simple Apiaries
Bill & Julie Watts
509.998.1261 Spokane Assorted packaged natural honey
Roger & Linda Carney 509.448.0417 Spokane, South Hill Assorted packaged natural honey
Gregg Young 509.467.4489 Elk, Chattaroy, Colbert Assorted packaged natural honey
Laura Shulenbarger 509.927.8970 Spokane Valley Packaged natural honey, Ross rounds, Cut comb with honey
Vern Stack 509.535.5703 Glen Rose Various Sizes of natural honey in jars

Honey's Nutritional Profile

Honey is composed primarily of carbohydrates and water, and also contains small amounts of a wide array of vitamins and minerals, including niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.

Of recent interest is the antioxidant content of honey. Honey contains a variety of flavonoids and phenolic acids which act as antioxidants, scavenging and eliminating free radicals. Generally, darker honeys have higher antioxidant content than lighter honeys.

If you are located in the inland northwest, and your local apiary produces natural honey, raw honey, organic honey, or unpasteurized honey, to have your name added to the list, send your contact information including name, phone number and area through the Contact Us link.

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