Want To Win Some Special Honey Gifts?
We are so thankful for all the love and support we received last year that we wanted to give away some special honey gifts!
It’s no secret; we love honey. Not only does it taste amazing, but it’s also remarkably versatile! This month, we’re sharing some of our favourite ways to use honey, from body scrubs to yummy marshmallows and we want to know how you use honey too!
Our honey gift to you will include 500g of both our creamed and raw honey, along with some of our original honey caramel treats! We hope that you find some delicious and creative ways to put them to use!
How To Enter
Then, find her post about her favourite use for Three Foragers honey. Leave a comment, tagging a friend that loves honey as much as you do! A winner will be selected from the comment section.
It’s just that simple. Follow, and comment. Contest closes 23:59 (PST) on Sunday, January 20th, 2019. The winner will be contacted via Instagram on Monday the 21st. Prize must be claimed within 24 hours.
We look forward to reading all the ways that people use yummy, delicious, and versatile honey. In the meantime, we’re going to package up this special honey gift!
Contest Terms and Conditions
1. This contest is only open to residents of Canada.
2. No purchase is necessary to enter this contest.
3. The winner will be contacted via Instagram.
4. The prize must be claimed within 24 hours.
5. The contest closes at 23:59 Sunday January 20th 2019 (PST).
6. Three Foragers Bee Co. reserves the right to cancel, suspend or modify the contest at their discretion.
7. The prize consists of a Three Foragers Bee Co. raw and creamed honey and honey caramels.
8. The prize may not be exchanged for cash or sold.
9. By entering this contest, the winner consents to Three Foragers Bee Co. announcing their name on social media and https://www.threeforagers.ca/
10. By entering the contest, all persons are deemed to have read and accept these terms and conditions.
Please note: we do not recommend raw honey for infants younger than 1-year-old due to a bacteria called Clostridium botulinum that can cause infant botulism and is sometimes found in honey, both raw and pasteurized. Once a child is 1 year old, their digestive system has matured enough to kill the bacteria.