In a market increasingly based more on the franchise, Wild Florida Honey took over the model and became an affiliate of the very popular Winter Park Honey company. Our duty is to market Winter Park Honey products in specialized stores across Florida . We want to offer the wonderful products that bees are offering us.
Wild Florida Honey openes its first store on November 20th, when is the Grand Opening of the new mall on International Drive Artegon MarketPlace Orlando, Florida. Come to our location on 5250 International Dr., Orlando and take advantage of our big opening discounts thru January 2015.
In combination with the large veriaty of honeys that Winter Park Honey offers, we will also bring to our clients a small line of skin care products from "The Naked Bee" and the oportunity to offer to your love once a sweet treat in pre-made gift bags.
Winter Park Honey
Bee Keeper & Owner of Winter Park Honey
Winter Park Honey is a family owned honey company dedicated to helping bees create the finest honey possible. We provide raw, unfiltered, virgin honey “straight from the comb to the bottle”
Their story :
"We received a beehive as a gift from relatives many years ago. When the hive was first delivered, we were busy with work, foster children, and pets. The hive did not get much attention until we were overwhelmed with curiosity.
Not being huge fans of honey, we weren’t that excited about the hive until we tasted thenectar of our bees. It was delicious and completely different tasting from the honey we were accustomed to eating. Our neighbors and friends found out about our delicious honey and we supplied everyone we knew with honey for many years.
As our apiary grew, the empty jars from neighbors kept coming. To recoup some of our expenses we sold honey at farmer’s markets and became known as Winter Park Honey. Today, we sell honey all over the world, but we still have the same operation that we used back then.
Our engineering background has helped us understand honey and how it should be handled to maintain the highest possible quality. We consistently win first place in honey taste contests!
Winter Park Honey
Our honey has been tested at a certified honey testing facility
Raw, Natural, Unfiltered and Organic Honey
Apiaries located in Winter Park Florida and Winter Park Colorado
Purchase at local farmers markets
Danut and Carmen Lois
Bee Keepers & Owners of Wild Florida Honey
We came in United States three years ago from Romania. Through hard work we were able to help Winter Park Honey to reach the tables of many Americans , Canadians and Europeans.
The fast growing made posibile the founding of Wild Florida Honey as a retailer and honey packaging company. It is planned to expand and reach other Florida big cities in 2015-2016
5250 International Dr.
Orlando, FL. 32819
Artegon Marketplace is thrilled to announce their official grand opening date of November 20, 2014. This new date signals the start of a three-day grand opening celebration slated to run from Thursday, November 20 to Saturday, November 22.
This opening date enables the tenants to get attention of Orlando's holiday shoppers and tourists.
During the summers in Winter Park, Colorado and our winters in Winter Park, Colorado and our winters in Winter Park, Florida. Our honey is not sold in stores, but can be purchased Online or at our farmers’ market locations.
Winter Park Honey is a family owned honey company dedicated to helping bees create the finest honey possible. All of the honey from Winter Park Honey is raw, unheated, unfiltered and unprocessed. Our honey comes straight from the comb to the bottle. We do everything by hand and do not use and mechanical bottling devices that would require heat. Therefore, it’s a slow process, but we are determined to maintain our quality without concerning ourselves with profit.
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