More Stores Are Now Carrying Three Foragers Honey Caramels

We are thrilled to announce that even more stores have started stocking our delicious honey caramel treats! Every 100g package and honey caramel wrapper is plant-based, so make sure you throw them in the compost after you’ve eaten them all. Trust us, it won’t take very long! The secret is using real ingredients like our own honey. Pick some up for yourself today or give them to a friend as a sweet honey gift!

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Check out these stores that just started stocking our honey caramel treats.

Alberta

Sunterras - All locations in Calgary and Edmonton

Planet Organic- Various locations in Edmonton and Calgary

Nutters Airdrie

102 – 400 Main Street N.E., Airdrie, AB

Safeway

410-10th St NW, Calgary, AB

British Columbia

Fort Royal Pharmacy

1912 Richmond Rd, Victoria, BC

Saskatchewan

Dad’s Organic - Saskatoon

1820 8 St E, Saskatoon, SK

Prairie Unique Gift Shop - Saskatoon Airport

Saskmade - Saskatoon

1621 8 St E, Saskatoon, SK

Soon we’ll be in even more places around Canada too! Check back with us at Three Foragers Bee Co. often to get the latest updates on where to buy our honey treats. More and more places are falling in love with our yummy honey caramels and as our little honey company grows, our mission remains the same―to make the world greener and wilder. When you choose local honey, you are choosing the most sustainable sweetener in the world.


We are committed to providing the best honey and hive products that nature has to offer in the most environmentally conscious way possible. Every jar of raw or creamed honey, sweet treat, block of wax, beeswax candle, and slab of honeycomb has been produced by our bees, allowing us to keep our standards high all the way from the hive to your home. And we only take what we need! Thank you for supporting us and our mission. We hope our new stores announcement has allowed even more of you to get your hands on our precious honey. Please recycle or reuse our jars and throw our honey caramel wrappers and bags in the compost!

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