SOMERSET, Pa. — For over 8000 years, honey harvesting has been integral to not only mankind’s diet, but the relationship with honey’s source, honeybees- our planet’s most important insect. Per the National Honey Board, there are over 115,000 beekeepers in the U.S., many hobbyists, producing annually 162 million pounds of honey annually. With Americans happily consuming over 450 million pounds annually, over 61% is sourced from overseas. It is time to bring our honey home and give Americans what they want: a new innovative honey experience that is a combination of ‘something sweet’, ‘something fun’, ‘tastes so great you’d share with friends” and ‘something that is sourced locally’. Beekeeper and Entrepreneur, Ms. Karen Mosholder, created Bumbleberry Farms Honey Cream Spreads, giving Americans what they want: great tasting, creamy spreads with just the right amount of sweetness, free of artificial flavorings and no preservatives in four handcrafted unique flavors.
Lover’s Leap Sea Salt Caramel: The most popular honey cream spread, named after a customer who loved the flavor and texture so much she wanted to dive into the jar and live there! A proprietary mixture of honey, whole milk, butter, pure vanilla, pure cane sugar, sea salt and caramel created through a long, slow cooking process.Zero trans-fats, 11 grams of carbs per tablespoon. Available in 8oz glass jars, 12 units per case pack. Great in recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner, poured over popcorn or spooned into morning coffee.
Squirrel Crazy: The most versatile honey cream spread featuring a proprietary blend of local Pennsylvania maple syrup, honey, whole milk, butter, pure vanilla, pure cane sugar and sea salt. Zero trans-fats, 11 grams of carbs per tablespoon. Available in 8oz glass jars, 12 units per case pack. Great in recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner, poured over a favorite sweet potato recipe, artisan cheeses, fish or poultry dishes, or a gentle ingredient in fruit pie recipe. Like the squirrel, once tasted, people hoard jars to ensure they always have enough.
Sticky Bun Cinnamon: The smell of cinnamon buns baking oozes a nostalgia that’s equal to the sticky, sweet icing that gets messily drizzled on top of buns fresh from the oven. Our Sticky Buns Cinnamon honey cream gives a delicious nod back to mornings at Grandma’s house, with sleepy conversations over endless cinnamon buns. Hand crafted proprietary recipe of honey, whole milk, butter, pure vanilla, pure cane sugar, sea salt and unique Vietnamese organic cinnamon, whose ground, high oil content permeates the cream honey spread fully. Available in 8oz glass jars, 12 units per case pack. Zero trans-fats, 11 grams of carbs per tablespoon. Sticky BunCinnamon can be spread on toast, added to oatmeal, yogurt and smoothies, over ice cream, pancakes and cheeses and used in numerous recipes to add a sweet sparkle of cinnamon.
Molten Lava Spiced Chocolate: A smooth mixture of Fair Trade dark cocoa, a gentle touch of Espresso and organic cayenne, blended together with honey, whole milk, butter, pure vanilla, pure cane sugar, sea salt and organic cinnamon organic nutmeg creating dark chocolate honey cream spread with just the right amount of smoky spiciness. Zero trans-fats, 11 grams of carbs per tablespoon. Available in 8oz glass jars, 12 units per case pack. Great in both sweet as well as savory recipes or spread on desserts or blended into a favorite coffee drink making an Aztec hot chocolate.
Bumbleberry Farms cream honey spreads are available nationwide at Whole Foods, Terrain, Republic of Tea, TJ Maxx, and Home Goods stores, numerous specialty cheese and wine shops, coffee houses, gift stores and museum shops. Additionally, Bumbleberry Farm Spreads can be purchased at bumbleberryfarms.com.
About Bumbleberry Farms
Founder, Karen Mosholder, created Bumbleberry Farms Heritage honeys to fulfill her dream to address the disastrous Colony Collapse Disorder that was mysteriously destroying a significant number of the world’s honeybees. Becoming an apiary expert, developing her own hives in the rolling hills of rural Pennsylvania and selling her heritage honey locally, the demand continued to grow and has expanded into a national brand. With a business model as sweet as her honeys, Ms. Mosholder works with local mothers who work in all areas of production from labeling to bottling to packaging. Her honeys and additional ingredients are all sourced from natural and organic providers. The new Honey Cream Spreads have taken the honey experience to a new level and taste sensation.