(PRWEB) June 27, 2014 -- "There is such demand for local and specialty honeys now, and beekeeping has become an increasingly popular urban activity," said Joseph Ferriolo, director of Wise, which creates custom-crafted business plans for companies of all sizes. "There's just something luxurious and decadent about honey, yet it's also a taste of home. There's no wonder it remains a popular treat."
But there's more to the honey market than just its sweet flavor, he said.
"Many allergy sufferers swear by local honey as a way to lessen their seasonal woes," Ferriolo said. "And as a natural sweetener with a flavor of its own, it's used to satisfy a sweet tooth instead of plain sugar."
According to the Department of Agriculture, the market remains strong and is expected to continue its present pattern of growth.
But, as a specialty, niche industry, it takes careful planning to really thrive and grow as a honey producer.
"Many people look at bees, beekeeping and honey producing as almost a hobby business, but it doesn't have to be that way. With careful planning and a good marketing strategy, you can find sweet success."
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