Anna's Honey Thanks You

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by | Wednesday, November 25, 2020 |

Thanksgiving is tomorrow and now is a perfect time for reflection and consideration. Over the last several months, we have seen a tremendous amount of support, the kind of support that helps us keep doing what we love to do. While some may think about turkey and stuffing, everyone at Anna’s Honey will be thinking about you during this special holiday and how thankful we are to have your support. The honey we make isn’t easy to produce. To create honey varietals that maintain their original...

We Appreciate Our Local Workers

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by | Friday, November 13, 2020 |

Workers from the Pacific Northwest Here at Anna’s Honey, we value our local workers who make our honey so delicious. The spotlight is often put on the finished product itself and we feel we should make more of an effort to recognize those who create it. This week, Anna’s would like to share a little bit about our Pacific Northwest workers and all that they do. At Anna’s Honey, the first thing to notice is our workers don’t talk very much. As a matter of fact, no one has heard them speak much...

10 Reasons Why We Love the Fall Season

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by | Tuesday, September 22, 2020 |
10 Reasons Why We Love the Fall Season

2020 Fall Equinox The 2020 fall equinox begins today, marking the official start of autumn. We may miss the warmer days of summer, but Anna’s Honey is also happy to welcome in the new autumn season. Here are ten reasons we are excited about the fall in 2020. 1. New Beginnings Many people associate the autumn with the beginning of a new school year. This gives the fall a sense of newness and a fresh start. The quiet makes this season a perfect to reflect and make changes. 2. Temperature is Just...

Celebrate National Teddy Bear Day with Bear Bottles

by | Wednesday, September 9, 2020 |

Happy National Teddy Bear Day How the Teddy Bear Came to Be September 9th marks National Teddy Bear Day, a day commemorating the popular children’s toy. Teddy bears are recognized worldwide and mean a lot to those who grew up with one. According to the National Park Service, the history of the teddy bear dates over a century ago. On November 14, 1902, Theodore Roosevelt went on a hunting trip. On the trip, Roosevelt did not locate a single bear, so Roosevelt’s assistants decided to find one...

Why We Need to Save the Bees

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by | Friday, September 4, 2020 |

Changing Seasons Fall is approaching quickly, with the first official Autumn day only weeks away. The leaves will begin to change and the temperature will cool. Instead of spending time outside, it may be more comfortable reading a book inside while sipping on a cup of hot tea. During this time, it is easy to feel summer is leaving just as quickly as it came. September already rolled in, but there are still enough summer days left to do enjoy our favorite summer activities. Here at Anna’s...