March 5, 2012

Where to Buy Honey in Utah

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Yum, yum, honey! Here is a list of honey sellers in Utah I'm been gathering for a few years. I do not know the content of the honey from the providers below or who sell raw honey. Please call them directly for more information. Thanks!


Utah Honey Providers
  • Slide Ridge Honey - 1600 South 5450 West, Mendon, UT 84325 (435) 752-4956 
  • The Honey Stop - 159 E 800 S, Salt Lake City 84111
  • Cox Honeyland of Utah -1780 S. Hwy 89-91 Logan, Utah 84321 (435) 752-3234  
  • The Honey Jar - 5970 N Hwy 38, Brigham City, UT 84302 (435) 279-8279 
  • Millcreek Valley Farm - Ogden, UT
  • Herb's Honey - 1526 South 2500 West, Vernal, UT 84078 (435) 789-5712
  • Beesley's Best Raw Honey - 933 E. Binford Street, Ogden, Utah, 84401 (801)-686-5557  
  • Perry's Honey - 1162 N. Main Street in Farmington, UT (801) 451-2346
  • Bee Anderson Honey - 4054 Acord Way, West Valley City, UT 84120
  • Hansen Hives & Store
  • Miller Honey Co. - 3000 S West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84115 M - Th 9 - 3:30
  • Jones Bee Company - 2586 West 500 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84104
  • Wasatch Honey - 5033 South Commerce Drive, Murray, Utah, 84107 (801) 263-6666  
  • Neighborhood Beekeeping LLC - 5452 W 10130 N, Highland, UT 
  • Bee Anderson Honey Co - 4054 Acord Way, West Valley City, UT 84120
  • Blue Box Honey - 1453 Heather Downs Drive, South Jordan, UT 84095 (801) 899-6007
  • Budge's Honey 375 North 580 West #1, American Fork, UT online
  • 3 Bee Honey - Orem, Utah (801) 471-3494
  • The Honey Company - 570 East 2200 North Provo, UT 84604 (801) 735-7227
  • Knight Family Honey -1761 South 970 West, Lehi, UT 84043 (801) 706-0984
  • Sydney's Honey - Benjamin, Utah (801) 798-3224 (South of Spanish Fork)
  • Mountain Spring Honey Company - 11705 E. 21000 N., Mount Pleasant, UT (435) 462-5334.
  • Queen Farina - 335 E. 120 S., Smithfield, UT 84335

Bulk Honey
  • Emergency Essentials Superpail 5 gallons/60 lbs. $174.95
  • Miller Honey Co. (see above) call for bulk prices not shown online
  • Cox Honeyland (see above) 1 gallon $42.50
  • The Honey Company (see above) 5 gallon bucket $130.00
  • Mountain Spring Honey Company 5 gallon bucket $120.00
A friend sent me this information:
"Hi Valerie, Just thought I'd comment on your honey hunt...Funny we have been doing the same research here in CA. One thing I have learned is the difference in honey... There is RAW honey and not raw honey. There is much more to it than that, but that is what I call it. The not raw honey is heated above 100 degrees to get it out of the hives therefore killling the natural pollen, which is to be the natural medicinal element. This honey is 1/3 the price, and great for baking because you heat it anyway and kill the pollen!!This is what is usually sold in stores also. RAW honey on the other hand is 3 times more expensive but has the good stuff left in it! This is best for eating plain in oatmeal, peanut butter, herbal teas, toast etc. You get the idea. There is lots of info out there, and I may not be the most accurate at explaining it, but people should understand what they are buying...Sometimes a good deal is only as good as what you are getting. I do appreciate your sources. Actually I have bought honey from the Neighborhood Honey people (neighborhoodbeekeeping.com). It is good and it is raw. I will look some of them up next time we are in Utah!! Hard to find local raw honey here. Love your site!" O.N. in California

10 comments:

  1. Q: Does the raw and not raw honey have the same storage life and storage requirements/considerations?

    Q: What is everybody seeing for the cost of honey per ounce?

    I saw honey at Costco on my last visit here in VA.

    THX

    Rita in VA

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  2. Thank you so much for including me in your list of honey.

    Chris
    3 Bee Honey
    3beehoney.com

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  3. hi, In response to the question on storage life, processed (not raw) honey has a very extended shelf life because of its processing, however that processing destroys all that is nutritious in honey. Here are some links for more information on honey.

    http://www.sidneybshoney.com/cooking_with_honey.html

    http://www.sidneybshoney.com
    /all_about_honey.html

    http://utahcountybeekeepers.org/

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  4. Raw honey will last a very long time...may go to sugar (crystalize) but that only means it is pure and nothing has been added to it. Just melt it in a pan of hot water, never put it in the microwave or it will kill all the good stuff in it! O. N.

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  5. Harvest Lane Honey, in Tooele Utah

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  6. Honey naturally hs a very long shelf life because it is such concentrated sugar that bacteria do not withstand the osmotic pressure. Even solutions of sucrose at very high concentrations do not easily spoil and since bees do use a bit of formaldehyde etc honey lasts even longer.

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  7. Looking for honey producer in or near St. George Utah

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  8. I'm looking for some local, raw, honey. Do all of these sources sell raw or do only a few?
    Thanks!

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    1. Hi Kaela, please contact the sellers directly. Thanks!

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  9. White Lake Farms is a good place. http://whitelakefarms.com

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