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We are the bee keepers and have hives in various sites around the Maidstone area.
Selling honey direct from our hives along with beeswax candles, honey soap and beeswax lip balm.
In the warmer months we bring the bees along to the markets in an observation hive so you can see the bees and hopefully, their queen, at work.
, West Malling
, * KFMA Wholesale hub
, MaidstoneProduct: HoneyContact:
Sue or Vince Bray 07958997336 Email
David Ribbens : Honey
Honey & beeswax productsMarket: WhitstableProduct: HoneyContact:
David Ribbens 01227 275693
Dover Bee Keeping Association
Observation bee hive, honey and other hive productsMarket: DoverProduct: HoneyContact:
Dick Bunting Email
Homestall Honey Farm
"Honey, beeswax, candles and polish"Product: HoneyContact:
Little Stour Orchard
*Best Kent Juice Producer 2013 & 2014 * Best Kent Food Product 2014*
We use our own
apples to make award winning apple juice, naturally fermented cider and cider vinegar. Also hand made seasonal preserves and local honey.
Products: Fruit Juice
All our products are grown, made and sold locally.
Our Cider Vinegar was awarded 'Best Kent Food Product of the Year' by the Taste of Kent Awards 2014.
Sarah Bowers 07771711252 Email
M Farmers Markets Ltd.
We produce jams, jellies, marmalades and chutneys using local produce wherever possible. We have recently started producing flavoured vinegars too. We currently offer over 20 varieties of jam, 9 types of marmalade and around 15 varities of chutney. Some items are seasonal. We make a variety of curds to order and produce different mincemeats for Christmas.Markets: Maidstone
, West Malling
, Bexley (Hall Place)Products: Honey
Brian Woodfall 07775 736116 / 07775 736116 Email
Pure Kent Honey
Meet the bees! At each market, they will have an amazing beehive section, held in a clear perspex box - so that you can meet the bees and find out all about the Queen Bee and how their honey is made.Market: AylesfordProduct: HoneyContact:
Jo & Jason 07824510005 Email
We have 20 hives and plan to expand to 40 hives over time. Our spring honey goes straight from the hive to the jar. It is filtered - but not finely, so it retains pollens - and is not heat treated which would make it clear. It's just as it comes - solid and opaque but deliciously pure. Just pop it in the microwave to make it easily spreadable. Our summer honey is darker and clearer.Market: Elham Food and Craft FestivalProduct: HoneyContact:
Anthony Keeler 01303 862309 Email
Chris Knight 01233 333611 / 07961 591043 Email