Thousand Oaks’ Bloom Honey Awarded Prestigious Good Food Award

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Bloom Honey’s “White Clover” - A Winner for exceptionally delicious food that is produced responsibly

Bloom Honey's White Clover Honey is one of over a dozen 100% Raw, single floral varietal honeys offered by Bloom Honey.

Bloom Honey – the Thousand Oaks based producer of 100% raw, single floral varietal honeys has been honored with the prestigious 2015 Good Food Award for its White Clover honey.

White Clover honey is one of over a dozen single floral varietal honeys produced by Bloom Honey. Each varietal has a unique flavor and distinct personality that is based on the diverse floral sources of the nectars that are collected by the bees.

Bloom Honey President David Jefferson said, “We are tremendously honored and excited to be recognized with a Good Food Award. This award recognizes both the delicious flavor of our raw honey, as well as our passionate commitment to responsible and sustainable production.”

About Bloom Honey:

David Jefferson founded Bloom Honey ( in 2013 with a vision of sharing his gourmet, raw varietal honey in its most raw state– unfiltered & unpasteurized, the way nature intended it and the way the honeybees made it.

Bloom Honey offers Avocado, Wild Blackberry, Wild Cherry, White Clover, Mesquite, Orange Blossom, Saw Palmetto, Clary Sage, Wild Dandelion, Raspberry, Chamisa, and Buckwheat, none of which are flavored or infused. Bloom Honey also offers California bee pollen.

Bloom Honey can be purchased online (, at natural food and specialty / gourmet groceries (, and at Farmers’ Markets in the Southern California area (

About the Good Food Awards:

Now in its fifth year, the Good Food Awards ( are granted to outstanding American food producers in 11 categories including honey. The Good Food Awards seal, found on winning products, assures consumers they have found something exceptionally delicious that also supports sustainability and social good.

The Good Food Awards Winners are determined using scores from a Blind Tasting as well as a rigorous vetting process, which verifies that winners meet industry specific environmental and social criteria. Bloom Honey had to meet the following criteria:

  • Unpasteurized.
  • Extracted with minimal heat.
  • Strained and/or filtered in a manner that does not remove pollen.
  • Harvested within the past 12 months.
  • Practice social responsibility, including:
  • Humane management of colony.
  • Engaging the community in education.
  • If staff is employed in tending the hives and harvesting the honey, they are treated respectfully and given fair compensation.

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