National Honey Board Offers Free Honey Brochures to Industry Members
Posted On: January 28, 2013
Firestone, Colo., January 28, 2013 – The National Honey Board (NHB) announced that it has produced two new educational honey brochures for 2013 entitled Honey – The Journey from Hive to Bottle and Honey – Discover the Versatility.
Honey – The Journey from Hive to Bottle is a four page, accordion style brochure that takes the reader through the journey of honey production, beginning with the humble honey bees. Topics include pollination, honey extraction, honey varietals and honey’s versatility, among many others. This brochure is beautiful and makes the learning process both fun and informative.
Honey – Discover the Versatility is a six page, staple bound brochure that celebrates honey’s versatility both inside and outside the kitchen. In addition to highlighting honey as an all-natural ingredient, this brochure features recipes to showcase honey as an energy booster, natural cough suppressant, and beauty aid. It also informs readers about honey substitution and honey’s functionality when used as a culinary ingredient.
“We are pleased to offer both of these new brochures to the honey industry,” said Bruce Boynton, CEO of the National Honey Board. “The brochures are a continuation of our effort to provide materials to the industry to help promote honey. With colorful images and lots of useful information, each brochure is attractive and showcases the journey of honey, from hive to bottle, as well as its versatility.”
The new complimentary brochures are available in limited quantities. To order, please contact Andrea Brening, the National Honey Board’s fulfillment coordinator at 800-553-7162 Toll-free or (303) 776-2337.
The National Honey Board is a federal research and promotion board under USDA oversight that conducts research, marketing and promotion programs to help maintain and expand markets for honey and honey products. These programs are funded by an assessment of one cent per pound on domestic and imported honey.