Bees are one of the world’s most important pollinators for food crops. In fact, one out of every three bites we consume relies on pollination. Simply put, without bees our entire ecosystem would struggle to survive.
Yet bee populations are declining around the world from the overuse of chemical agricultural pesticides and other environmental factors like climate change.
Saving the bees begins with the foods we choose to eat. By supporting regenerative agriculture, we source clean ingredients grown on farms that use natural alternatives that fall under USDA Organic guidelines.
We work with and directly support the high-impact Island Bee Project* in the education, maintenance, and preservation of beehives located in NYC.
*Island Bee Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization was founded by Carolina Zuniga-Aisa, Stacey Vazquez & Brenda Alvarez. ^Photos provided by Andrew Boyle