NATURE NATE’S HONEY CO. TO SPONSOR HONEY SYMPOSIUM HOSTED BY THE HONEY AND POLLINATION CENTER AT UC DAVIS
The number-one branded honey company promotes honey bee health through Long Live the Bees program which includes investing in university-led research, education and more
MCKINNEY, TEXAS – March 29, 2021 – Nature Nate’s Honey Co., the number-one branded honey company in the U.S. and producer of 100% Pure, Raw & Unfiltered Honey, announces today that it will be the lead sponsor of the Honey Symposium developed by The Honey and Pollination Center located in the Robert Mondavi Institute at UC Davis and Michael Roberts from Resnick Center for Food Law & Policy at UCLA. The program, to be held on April 22, 2021, will focus on understanding how honey adulteration affects beekeepers, honey production and ultimately, our food system.
“At Nature Nate’s we are deeply passionate about promoting responsible beekeeping practices and protecting honey bee health, which is why we are honored to work with our university partners at the UC Davis Honey Pollination Center to sponsor this important program,” said Nathan Sheets, Founder and CEO, Nature Nate’s. “Through our Long Live the Bees initiative, we invest in key programs that keep hives healthy and bee populations thriving, so everyone can enjoy the unadulterated goodness of real, pure honey.”
The thought-leadership symposium will feature a keynote address by Michael Roberts from the Resnick Center for Food Law & Policy at UCLA. Roberts has written papers for the United Nations and the U.S. Government concerning food fraud and honey adulteration. In addition, the program will be geared toward educating specialty food retailers that actively educate their consumers. Five retailers will discuss the ways in which they educate their customers.
Additional speakers include:
- Grace Singleton, Zingerman’s
- Danielle Vogel, Glen’s Garden Farmer’s Market
- Amelia Rappaport, Woodstock Farmers’ Market
- Raph Mogannum, Bi-Rite Family of Foods
- Kendall Antonelli, Antonelli’s Cheese Shop
In addition, Chris Hiatt, vice president of the American Honey Producers Association and third-generation beekeeper at Hiatt Honey in California, will address the way the U.S. government is working with beekeepers on the issue of adulteration. A long-term family beekeeper, yet to be confirmed, will cover how beekeeping has changed over the years and through generations.
Insights presented will help attendees better understand how to source, promote and sell top-quality honey.
For registration information, visit: https://honey.ucdavis.edu/events/honey-adulteration-symposium-online.
About Nature Nate’s
Since 1972, Nature Nate’s has been dedicated to offering honey as nature intended – 100% Pure, Raw & Unfiltered. Arriving in its most natural form, this honey is closest to its original provision from the hive. Nature Nate’s adheres to strict quality-control standards, sourcing honey from trusted beekeepers and minimally processing it to ensure the honey retains all its natural benefits. Nature Nate’s promises an undivided commitment to providing the highest quality product to you and your family’s dining table – a farmer’s market quality honey, available year-round. For more information, visit www.naturenates.com.