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National Honey Board

The National Honey Board promotes responsible industry practices to ensure the honey consumed every day is trustworthy and pure.

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National Honey Board

About the NHB

The National Honey Board advocates for the sustainable production of honey. We are committed to ensuring the honey you love is sustainable today and for future generations. This begins with healthy bees and extends to protecting the natural resources they depend on. That way, you can feel good about each drop and drizzle of honey you enjoy.

We're an industry-funded agriculture promotion group that educates consumers about the benefits and uses of honey and honey products. Our research, marketing, and promotional programs are funded by an assessment on domestic and imported honey and are designed to increase awareness and usage of honey by consumers, the foodservice industry, and food manufacturers.

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