Eleanor Dziuk knew there were plenty of beekeepers in Arizona, but she wasn’t seeing their honey for sale at local farmers markets, so in 2001, she set out to change that.
“Most beekeepers are very, very busy people,” Eleanor said. “They don’t have time to be at the markets.”
Now, she and her family sell a variety of honey and honey products, including honeycomb, pollen, propolis and honey lozenges, from eight local beekeepers.
“Mesquite, desert wildflower, right now we have autumn harvest, camelthorn,” Eleanor listed. “We always have several different kinds.”