Honey 101Sue Bee
Everything You Ever Wanted To Know
Does honey spoil? Is Sue Bee® Honey a product of the U.S.A.? How should I store honey? There are dozens of questions asked every day about Sue Bee Honey – and honey in general. Get the facts straight from the source on our Frequently Asked Questions page.
From sunscreens to sore throats, the versatility of honey makes it one of the most essential natural products in the world. Explore some of the practical honey uses that can be incorporated into your daily life on our Uses page. There are honey tips for beauty and cooking as well as suggestions for medicinal and household use. There is even a way to get a quick boost of energy!
Curious to learn more about the honey bee? Visit our Encyclobeedia to learn more about the anatomy and biology of a bee, gain insights on the life of these miracle creatures, and educate yourself with an extensive glossary of popular terms and how different types of honey get their names – and flavors!
While not all honey sold in stores across the United States can say the same, no honey produced by Sioux Honey Association is ultra-filtered. Sioux Honey filters honey according to USDA standards and has done so the same way since the 1950s. Learn more about this process on our Filtration page.
On occasion, media reports will bring to light tainted and adulterated foods. Sue Bee Honey is proud to say that all of our honey sold to consumers in the United States is 100% American and 100% pure. See CEO David Allibone’s full response to these reports by reading our Statement of Quality.
Since 1921 the Sioux Honey Association has brought beekeepers from across the United States together to help produce the line of Sue Bee Honey products sold in stores as well as many private-label brands. Visit our Sioux Honey Association page to learn more about this successful history and more.
Sioux Honey Association is committed to global efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking. To that end, Sioux Honey Association had made a statement regarding its efforts in that regard. You can read the full statement on our Policy on Transparency in Supply Chains Act page.