Save the Bees Australia

I have been contacting anyone that I can find through social media who has a connection with bees so that I can promote our book, Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow. Along the way I ran into Simon who runs

Simon believes if bees thrive humanity can thrive. With a focus on educating children about the importance of pollination and the rolls indigenous bees play, founder Simon Mulvany has personally saved over 400 colonies of honeybees that were due to be exterminated.

Simon also regular attends at schools to present his work to Australian school children. The enterprise is often featured in mainstream media with special emphasis on the campaigns calling for pesticides to be banned and to stop honey laundering and adulteration that is hurting Australian Beekeepers.

As a voice for small business they have created a honeymap that has been viewed over 430000 times connecting consumers to buy honey direct off the beekeeper.

The petition has over 50000 signatures is currently calling for imported honey to be banned or at least labelled with country of origin.

Ben's Bees is holding a jar of industrialised honey labelled “Mixed Blossom”. You should never buy this honey and stop anyone you know from buying this honey. The label does not display country of origin but this mixed industrialised honey is mostly from China 🇨🇳. This is one of Capilano Honey subsidiary brands it sells #Allowrie. This honey is blended and heated in a factory with various cheap imported honey from around the world. #capilanohoney admit they import honey from #china #mexico and #argentina. Capilano refuse to put the country of origin on the honey they sell. Avoid honey labeled #mixedblossom at supermarkets. The nicer the words these corporates use the more industrialised the honey is. Only buy pristine honey direct from a local beekeeper.You can trust bees to create a perfect mix. Bees are the only chemists we can trust. Please share this post and use the sign the petition.

Posted by Save the Bees Australia on Wednesday, 29 November 2017


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Simon will be promoting our book and we will be supporting his work. You can donate to beethecure directly as above and if you buy the book from Amazon or any of our products from  and let us know then we can make a donation from that sale to his cause.


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