(in the Continental U.S.)

Wedderspoon sources its unadulterated, genuine raw honeys from the most pristine and remote locales in the world. On account of these high standards for authenticity and purity, Wedderspoon has crafted a reputation as the highest quality honey producer in the market. In our efforts to support bee conservation and sustainable honey production, we have teamed up with likeminded organizations to broaden our efforts and reach.

Wedderspoon supports the following initiatives:


The Non-GMO Project, a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization, offers North America’s only third party verification and labeling for Non-GMO food and products. The Non-GMO Project is committed to preserving and building the Non-GMO food supply, educating consumers and providing verifications.

Wedderspoon is a proud partner of the Rodale Institute, a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization, dedicated to pioneering organic farming through research and outreach. Wedderspoon supports Rodale’s “Your 2 Cents Program”, an inventive program which unites producers, consumers, researchers and educators to launch the next generation of organic farmers.

Additional Your 2 Cents Funding supports:
• Students of organic agriculture
• New organic farmers
• Veterans establishing careers in organic farming
• Research projects on organic agriculture

Wedderspoon also supports the Honeybee Conservancy at Rodale Institute by sponsoring a beehive. The Honeybee Conservancy was started in 2012 in response to the major health problems that have decimated the honeybee population in North America. Colony collapse disorder (CCD) still results in a 30% death rate every winter for these valuable pollinators with no answer in sight. They believe that individual honeybee stewards are one of the solutions to this problem.

The Conservancy promotes healthy beekeeping practices through education and outreach and includes:
• Classes in sustainable beekeeping practices
• Hive hosting on its 333-acre organic farm
• Support for beginners through the network

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