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Madhava Partners with THRIVE to Support the Bees

By: Jon Doe | July 23, 2014 | Share Buttons

We’re proud to announce our partnership with THRIVE, a collaborative program conducted by Teakoe Tea, Open Source Beehive and Urban Pollination Project whose aim is to protect at-risk local honey bees is up and running! You’ll be able to see wooden beehives with the Madhava logo on them at local establishments soon. The THRIVE Initiative is… Read more »

How Parasites Could Be Contributing to the Decline of Honeybee Colonies

By: Jon Doe | July 23, 2014 | Share Buttons

According to a study performed by University of California, San Diego, biologists have discovered a new parasite that could be shortening the life spans of honey bee colonies. This parasite can infect adult honeybees as well as honeybee larvae—infant honeybees that are infected generally have reduced lifespans as a result. This falls on the heels… Read more »

See the Madhava Hive at Open Source Beehives

By: Jon Doe | July 23, 2014 | Share Buttons

Our friends at Open Source Beehives sent us some photos of our hive in the field. We think it’s BEE-AUTIFUL and can’t wait for honey bees to make it their home! We are very glad to be working with Open Source Beehives and that they are participating as one of our Sweet Earth Project partners.

U.S. Government Announces New Strategy and Investment to Reverse Honey Bee Decline

By: Jon Doe | July 23, 2014 | Share Buttons

To help reverse the trend of declining honey bee and monarch butterfly populations, the U.S. government will invest in making federal land more bee-friendly, allocate more funds for research and consider reducing the use of pesticides. Many factors have caused honey bee population numbers to decline, including nutrition, mites, disease and pesticides.

See the First 21 days in the Life of Honey Bees

By: Jon Doe | July 23, 2014 | Share Buttons

In this TED Talk, photographer Anand Varma gives you an up-close view of baby honey bees in the first 21 days of their lives. See the mesmerizing way that they hatch from eggs and eventually develop from tiny larvae into the busy honey bees we’re familiar with.

Our Visit to Richard Lopez Apiary in Fort Lupton

By: Jon Doe | July 23, 2014 | Share Buttons

We visited our friends at Richard Lopez Apiary in Fort Lupton, CO during the end of summer honey extraction to help harvest the golden nectar. A big thanks to Richard and friends as we had such a sweet time!

Madhava Sweeteners

Madhava was born from one honey enthusiast and a swarm of hardworking honeybees. Since our humble beginnings in 1973, our efforts have blossomed beyond honey. We have become a trusted leader in natural sweeteners, dedicated to providing healthier alternatives to highly processed, refined sugars and artificial sweeteners. We’re on one naturally sweet mission, to create better-for-you options for all of your favorite sweet treats.
Pure. Natural. Scrumptious. Sweet!

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