The Honey Shack is a family owned and operated business in Homerville, GA. Homerville is also home to the Honey Trail in Clinch County, where beekeeping has been a way of life and source of income for many generations. The Honey Shack is a subsidiary company of Bruce’s Nut N Honey Farm. Bruce’s Nut-N-Honey Farm, LLC was established in 1980 by my father who started with one hive of bees as a hobbyist beekeeper. My father’s hobby soon became a business as his number of hives increased every year. I began working and tending the hives of bees alongside of my father as a young boy. As I learned more I became more interested in beekeeping and after completing school I acquired the beekeeping business. Since then Bruce’s Nut-N-Honey Farm, LLC has continued to grow into a commercial beekeeping operation with over 2000 hives. Our commercial honey packing facility and retail location soon followed. Every batch of honey goes through a systematic quality control process to ensure food safety. Our honey has been voted Georgia’s Best Tasting Honey as well as the UGA’s Flavor of Georgia winner. If you are looking for Georgia’s best tasting honey you have found it!
Bruce’s Nut-N-Honey Farm, LLC has enlarged its areas of production over the past years, we now migrate bees to tropical regions of Florida to produce Orange Blossom Honey, we also contract with farmers for crop pollination. However, our primary and most important job is the production of our rare gallberry, comb honey, and wildflower honey.
Bruce’s Nut-N-Honey Farm, LLC has enlarged its areas of production over the past years, we now migrate bees to California to pollinate the Almond orchards, we also contract with local farmers for crop pollination. However, our primary and most important job is the production of our rare comb honey.
The sweet details in the jars..
Each jar is filled with 100% pure USA honey. That's 100% unadulterated honey with no other contents. Our honey is never pasteurized or blended with inferior honey. Whether you purchase Gallberry, Orange Blossom, Private Selection, or any other variety, know that is exactly what you are getting.... 16 ounces of that specific variety!!! As a result of this pure honey process, your honey may form sugar crystals.
You can enjoy the unique texture of crystallized honey, or gently warm your honey jar in a simmering pot of water to return it to a liquid consistency. We hope you can taste the difference in the quality of our award winning honey and hope to change your mind about purchasing "honey flavored" products that are often sold in supermarkets.
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