Clearydale Honey

Contact: Conor Cleary
3100 Goodin Road
Spencerville, Ontario, K0E 1X0
Telephone: 613-246-2492

Clearydale Honey is a local-first honey packing company. Operating in small batches, traceability is implemented through a consumer-accessible database with batch codes on each jar describing information about the beekeeper and their honey; harvest date, flavour, packaging date & location, etc. Honey and other honeybee products are purchased directly from beekeepers at their asking price. By connecting the end consumer with knowledge of the original producer, they can decide to buy from them next time. This stimulates the local economy and gives an incentive to beekeepers to sell to Clearydale Honey.

Farm Gate Sales

  • Liquid Honey
  • Beeswax Candles
  • Creamed Honey
  • Comb Honey
  • Gift Packs
  • Raw Honey
  • Cosmetics
  • Unpasteurized Honey
  • Honey Confectioneries
  • Pollen
  • Beeswax
  • Custom Products / Event Favours

Retail Sales

  • Liquid Honey
  • Comb Honey
  • Unpasteurized Honey
  • Honey Confectioneries
Delivery Radius: 100 km
Shipping Available: Yes

Services

  • Wasp Nest Removal
  • Bees Nest Removal

Serviced Counties:

Prescott, Lanark, Leeds, Dundas, Russel, Stormont, Frontenac, Glengarry, Grenville

Farmers' market(s)

Kemptville Farmers' Market

Industrial Sales

  • Light Industrial (15 kg barrels), Unpasteurized

Additional Products & Services

Honey Brokerage Services, Project & Logistics Management. As a local service, Clearydale is offering to help beekeepers find buyers, retail and wholesale. Looking to expand your apiary? Clearydale will help you develop a strategy to find or build quality equipment. Too busy to retail your product? Clearydale can move it. A focus of Clearydale Honey is to raise strong, hygienic honeybees through Integrated Pest Management that do not require the prophylactic or excessive use of chemicals and in-hive pesticides. Promoting the consumption of locally produced honey will boost the population of honeybees by supporting beekeepers and agriculture as a whole.