Bee Wild is more than just a honey company. We not only bottle and market award-winning honey, as well as unique honey-based skin care products, we’re educating people on creating a more sustainable life.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 14, 2016
John Wright, owner of Bee Wild (formerly Organic Mountains), an Atlanta gourmet specialty food company bringing raw North Georgia honey to a national audience, announces the expansion of his company and creation of the Bee Wild brand.
“In a rapidly changing world, we want people to thrive by participating in creating a sustainable environment, says John Wright, Owner. “To Bee Wild, that starts with protecting bees, eating and sharing real food like our raw honey, and supporting our customers, readers, and the green entrepreneurs we meet.”
Wright continues, “Evolving out of three generations of beekeepers, Bee Wild is more than just a honey company. We not only bottle and market award-winning honey, as well as unique honey-based skin care products, we’re educating people on creating a more sustainable life. Our vision is to create islands of sustainability in a sea of chaotic change.”
Bee Wild’s Sourwood Honey currently is a finalist for the 2016 Good Food Awards and represents the best from America’s growing movement of talented and socially responsible food crafters. Team members will be offering samples of Bee Wild’s raw honeys at the Mercantile, on Saturday, January 16, 2016, at the Herbst Pavilion at the Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, CA. For more detailed information about the Good Food Awards and the Mercantile: http://goodfoodawards.org.
In addition to connecting with other real food producers at the Good Food Awards, Bee Wild has also increased its contribution to sustainability and real food by announcing its partnership with 1% for the Planet.
”Signing on to 1% for the Planet shows Bee Wild has a strong commitment to investing in sustainability efforts,” says John Tashiro, Interim CEO. “They're using business as a tool to engage and motivate their stakeholders while partnering with environmental organizations that complement their brand. We're excited to welcome Bee Wild to our global network." To learn more: http://onepercentfortheplanet.org.
“As we continue to expand our line of raw honeys and honey based products, we will be offering meetups, education, information, and coaching that will help consumers and fellow food producers create more sustainability and thrive in our changing world,” comments Wright.