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My Dad's Syrup

Maple syrup has been a fascination of mine for years now.  Maybe it was when I had my first honey harvest, but something a few years back really clicked with me about the magic of all natural sweeteners. Like honey, maple syrup is a season food, but unlike honey, maple syrup can only be produced in one part of the world.  A part of the world where I come from! My home state of Michigan has seen for the majority of my life, a downturn in it's economy due to the decline of the auto industry.  When detroit gets a cold, the entire state gets the flu!  I left my home state after college because there just weren't the opportunities...

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we took a break from online sales but we are back!

  One of the things that really sets Sunny Honey Company apart from other honey brands is our commitment to producing and sourcing from close personal beekeeper peers and carefully vetted honey operations.  We will not ever, and I mean never, go to a large distributor or commercial packing house to source honey if we run out.  We will just stop doing business.  Period.  No exceptions! One of the best things about our little business of bees and honey being busier than expected is that we get to grow and become a larger employer and supplier and producer than ever before.  One of the bad things about our little business of bees and honey is that we are always facing...

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surprise we're famous!

just kidding, not really.  But we were featured in this past sunday seattle times shop nw holiday gift ideas article!  If you click on th link, you'll have to scroll right through the images to the third one, and there you'll find a picture and write up about our adorable hand dipped gift jars!!! we had no idea until Annie cooper sent us a text about it at like 11am sunday.  Great little write up and we are thrilled to be included with so many other amazing local foods.  So I guess this means back to the bottling room to fill more holiday jars!!    

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