Honey is a natural superfood collected from the hives of honeybees. It has several health benefits, medicinal uses, and can add a yummy, sweet flavour to all kinds of foods and drinks. Click below to learn more about its many benefits and uses, as well as where and how you can purchase our products.
Raw bee pollen is considered one of nature’s most completely nourishing foods as it contains nearly all nutrients required by humans. It is collected when the granules are gently brushed off of the bees legs when they return to the hive. Learn more about this grain-sized superfood and its many benefits by clicking below.
Good afternoon, friends! We are anxious to "spill the tea" on the companies we have partnered with for the improvement project of our farm-gate experience (read more about our exciting agri-tourism project here!). Our focus in securing these partnerships was to work...read more
Happy New Year! We hope you all had a wonderful, relaxing holiday spent with loved ones. Did you make any New Years resolutions or goals to tackle in 2019? The start of this year is already off to a huge start for Paradis Valley! As some of you already have guessed...read more
We're back with the second round of questions in our Ask a Beekeeper series! If you missed the first post, check that out here. If you have any other questions that aren't on this list, feel free to contact us or follow us on social media for regular updates. 1. What...read more
This month, we posted on our Facebook and Instagram pages giving YOU guys a chance to ask us any and all questions relating to bees, honey, beekeeping, pollen, and more! We then got Danny and Ginette – our resident beekeeping experts! – to sit down and answer these...read more
Owners of Paradis Valley Honey, Ginette and Danny Paradis, both come from long lines of beekeepers. It is only fit that they own and operate their own honey and bee pollen business in the heart of the Peace Region. But just how did their families get into...read more
Last week, volunteers from the Eaglesham & District Agricultural Society organized the 5th annual Garden Tour which brought visitors to explore yards and homes in the Watino area (the community we are located in!). We were honoured to be part of the host line-up...read more