Honey Lovers Welcome
Central Texas Bee Rescue is slowly moving into the digital business frontier, we know it sounds scary but we figured we should give this whole internet thing an honest effort. Introducing our new Store which can be accessed through our Products page by clicking on the buy honey link or shop link at the bottom of the page.
What does this mean?
It means you are now able to order our delicious honey from the comfort of your home and have it delivered directly to your door.
Do you only sell honey?
Currently all we have listed is our honey but in the works we have awesome clothing, specialty chocolates, lip balm and other unique products.
Is it cost effective?
Ordering through our website is a new endeavor for our business one that will take a little bit of time to get streamlined. Since we are new to the e-commerce game we created a system of simplicity that will allow us to effectively process orders without it bankrupting our business.
Answer the Question!
Ok sorry so the best answer to the question above is yes……. if you are to purchase our honey at Whole Foods today then you will pay $8.99 for a 1/2 lb jar of CoOp honey. In our online store you will find that same honey at the price of $6.00 of course there is shipping and handling so in order to get the most bang for your buck then you would want to order a minimum of 3 1/2 lb jars.
Are these prices set in stone?
No! We are constantly working providing the best possible price for our customers while also balancing the operations of providing bee rescues. With that in mind, as we see more orders placed through our website we will work on providing more cost effective shipping and handling.
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I can’t wait!!! I am going to buy LOTS of honey!!! Thanks Sam, for getting us into HONEY!!!!
Hey Walter, when I visited Cairo recently, I bought some of that famous Egyptian honey at the bazaar (straight off a farm) and found it was more like caramel than what I have always known as honey; I bet you have something similar in your vast array of offerings- suggestions???
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