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Bees, Bees, Bees Are The Life Nate's Nectar

Bees and Honey Eric Brown Nates Nectar The Depot UrbaneFarm

The Depot carries a full line of Nate's Nectar  a family-owned business that began with Nate’s interest in bees during his college years. We are proud to offer both natural raw honey and creamed honey, plus a variety of health care products and beeswax candles.

Nate’s Nectar family-owned business includes honey and beeswax products created from the family apiary. Nate’s Nectar also offers beeswax products and candles in a variety of aromas. These beeswax products include –

 In addition, Nate’s Nectar offers these beeswax candles in 4-ounce tins (with an average burn time of 16+ hours), or cube wax melts -

Bees feed on and require both nectar and pollen.

The nectar is for energy and the pollen provides protein and other nutrients. Most pollen is used by bees as larvae food, but bees also transfer it from plant-to-plant, providing the pollination services needed by plants and nature as a whole.

 

Nathan Davis

Nathan is the owner of Nate's Nectar. He spends most of his time working with the bees and focusing on the health of the hives. By doing so he is able to have more honey produced, while achieving the quality standards that Nate's Nectar upholds. He also leads the outreach to create more store partners to sell Nate's Nectar products.

Local pick up is available at TheDepot, 115 E Lake St, Lakeview OH 43331, Tuesday - Saturday from 10am-6pm.

Author Eric Brown

Eric is an Entrepreneur, a Real Estate Developer and an Apartment Operator. He is also a Writer/Published Author of SecondAct Entrepreneur, Eric has a deep love and passion for HotSauces, and CutFlowers. His UrbaneFarm, is a purveyor of HotSauces, Salsa’s BBQ Sauce, Rubs, Gourmet Salts, Spices, Chips and Jerky, available at TheDepot. CutFlowers are available in season. You can meet Eric most Firdays and Saturdays slinging Chicago Dogs at BackAlley Eatzz, a GrillTrailer located at TheDepot in Downtown Lakeview, OH. Stop in and say Hello!



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