We’re a social enterprise passionate about bringing Rwanda’s unique honey to the world. Our honey adventure began with a desire to help Rwanda’s impoverished beekeepers derive a sustainable income. We provide the beekeepers with training to improve their beekeeping skills, while respecting their rich apiculture heritage, and equip them with proper equipment and tools. Our pure honey is made by wild bees thriving and foraging in Rwanda’s pristine and lush equatorial forests. With hives situated in various regions of the country, our beekeepers take pride in ensuring the optimum health of the bee colonies and that the hives are not exposed to pesticides and pollutants. Natural, unadulterated and unprocessed, our award-winning honey preserves all its nutritional and health benefits from hive to spoon. Just like the bees, we’re continually working to bring Rwanda’s special artisanal honey to the world.
Deep rich caramel… Dark amber… Silky smooth… So say the experts and the awards resonate that The Apiary honey is distinctive and unique. Our honey is produced by wild and healthy African bees freely foraging in the lush and unpolluted Rwandan equatorial forests. We take care the beehives are situated deep within these forests and the bee colonies are not exposed to artificial methods of enhancement and pesticides. The natural and pure honey is untreated or processed so that honey lovers can enjoy the goodness and nutritional benefits of honey.
When you choose The Apiary’s honey you're making a difference to a family and a community. Every bottle of honey brings hope, recognition and pride to hard-working impoverished individuals. Your support lifts families out of poverty and creates opportunities for communities, women and youth in deriving sustainable livelihoods. With that bottle of honey, you’ve joined in the purpose of helping a family take a step towards realising their aspirations.
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The Apiary is proud to be partnering with these organisations in bringing pure and sustainably produced Rwandan honey to the world: