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We’re buzzing over this locally sourced Texas honey

Did you know the largest honey brand in the US is based right here in North Texas? We have the sweet details on local honey brands you can try that are sourced from Texas bees.

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BeeSweet Honey produces 100% Raw Texas Honey. | Photo by BeeSweet Honey

Did you know the Texas honey industry is one of the largest in the country? According to the USDA, Texas produced 7.5 million pounds of honey from 126,000 honey-producing colonies in 2019.

Whether you like it in your tea, on a biscuit, or for cooking — here are a few local bee farms where you can grab a jar of the sweet syrup.

SD Captain Bee Honey, Fort Worth | Shop in-person
A fan favorite at The Clearfork Farmers Market, their wax, honey, and honeycombs are 100% organic and preservative-free.

BeeSweet Honey, North Richland Hills | Shop
The family-owned and operated boutique sells liquid honey and comb honey.

Nature Nate’s Honey Co., McKinney | Shop
The Collin County-based company is the largest honey brand in the US and sells completely raw and unfiltered honey.

Brent’s Bees, Fort Worth | Shop
This bee farm works with Texas-raised honey bees that are locally maintained and never shipped around the country.

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