Added Confidence in Nate’s Honey
These are extraordinary times, and as we all prepare our lives and families to adapt to ever-changing circumstances relating to COVID-19, we want to provide you with confidence that Nate’s Honey Co. is doing everything we can to keep your pantry stocked with our best-in-class, bright orange label and doing it in a way that is responsible for our customers and employees.
One of the biggest challenges for companies that manufacture food, like Nate’s Honey Co., is to keep up with the overwhelming demand of people quarantining at a home. We are working as best we can to address the increase in demand, and I want to share the precautions we take today and every day.
Our honey is always bottled in a SQF-certified site, which is the highest food designation for safety and cleanliness. We’re proud of the processes and protocols in place to keep your Nate’s honey safe, and we are going above and beyond to implement additional measures during this crisis for the protection of our honey, site and employees.
Currently our leadership team meets daily to consider and execute other operations and quality–assurance measures to further enhance these protections. We also continue to test our honey for 100% purity and a clean read of antibiotics and pesticides, so you can trust that the Nate’s honey you’re eating at home is just as nutritious and sweet as nature intended.
While we’re proud of our facility, we’re even more proud of the operations and quality–assurance team members who ensure things are done properly no matter the season. These amazing people have been working steadily to keep our honey on the shelf and in your grocery orders and at the quality you always expect from Nate’s.
We’re also exceptionally appreciative of our teams, who continue to work in production during these challenging and stressful circumstances. Their time away from their families is not taken for granted.
I am more comforted today than ever that our health, prosperity and future is not controlled by any other thing other than our Heavenly Father. I look to God’s Word to find comfort, as I find in Psalms 91: “He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say to the LORD, ‘My refuge and my fortress, My God, in whom I trust!’”
We are praying for you, your families, our community, our country and the world.