05 Sep Zack and Zoe Sweet Bee Farm

 

The smell of simmering beeswax wafted through the door as Summer, Kam, Zack and Zoe welcomed us to their home last week. As we walked through their home and met the whole family, it became apparent that bees are more than a passion for this family, they are a lifestyle.

Zack and Zoe Sweet Bee Farm, located in Hunterdon County, NJ, is a family-owned business that specializes in honey production and superfood blending. The family first started keeping bees to produce raw honey for their own use.

When the family began their honey production, they quickly realized how passionate they were about the bees. They also realized how much honey they were able to produce. With a surplus on-hand, they decided to sell some. That is when Summer’s passion for wellness kicked in. Her love for Matcha, led to her first blend.

In fact, we loved it so much that we featured it in our Matcha Honey Smoothie a few months back.

While honey itself is gorgeous and tasty, they realized that they could combine it with other superfoods to further enhance the nutritional effects. That move was the spark that started their brand.

Today, there is a whole family of tasty and nutritious offerings from Zack and Zoe Sweet Bee Farm, including: Ginger, Beet Root, Lavender, Rice Protein and Vanilla, and more. With their passion for honey bees and wellness, there are sure to be many more offering from Zack and Zoe Sweet Bee Farm.

If you haven’t had a chance to try them yet, stop by either of our locations and pick up a bottle…maybe two. 

We are featuring their Lavender Honey in our September Smoothie, the Fruit Moon Smoothie! Try it while its available!

2 Comments
  • Basil Bandwagon Natural Market | Try our Fruit Moon Smoothie
    Posted at 16:09h, 05 September Reply

    […] milk adds protein, and a pinch of cardamom ties all the flavors together. Next we round it out with Zach & Zoe Lavender Honey to elevate all the […]

  • VERNA DISTAD
    Posted at 23:58h, 10 September Reply

    IN 1987 MY SON HAD PSORIATIC ARTHRITIS AND WE LIVED IN Rochester, MN. Our daughter found the book, “Bees Don’t Get Arthritis” by Fred Malone – former lieut. gov. of Vermont who traveled 15,000 miles to bee keepers and they did not have cancer or arthritis. We went to Charlie Mraz, beekeeper in Middlebury, Vt and learned bee therapy. Stephen had 6000 bee stings in a year and a half and I had 3000. We changed his diet, Cleaned colon and he never took any drugs and got well. He is an organist and has played all over the world. Stephen Distad – Houston, TX AND WILL Play Nov. 8 on the world’s largest organ in Atlantic City. Summer of 2018 he has been invited to play in the International Organ Festival in Bergen, Norway.

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