I like to buy local. I like to teach my daughter about the farm to table movement and one way to do that is buying products made locally. Typically, I buy our honey at farmer markets, but with winter coming up that will not be a possibility much longer. Then I learned about Rice’s Lucky Clover Honey. It’s the next best thing to getting the honey directly from the farmer!
Rice’s Clover Honey is based out of Colorado but has built relationships with bee farmers all over the country. They strive on bring the best honey possible to our tables. They do that by not processing the honey like many other manufactures do. You will get raw, unfiltered honey from Rice’s. Just like if you were buying it straight from the farmer.
Sam’s Club (in the Twin Cities area) is now carrying Rice’s Clover Honey! You can now get your farmer grade honey any time of year and at your local Sam’s Club. No more trying to rush to the last farmers market of the year and trying to stock up enough honey to get through. Now I can run to my local Sam’s Club anytime of the year and pick up some delicious Rice’s Clover Honey.
Another little fun fact about Rice’s Clover Honey is it’s a woman owned company. It’s been in the family for 5 generations being passed down. All the time keeping the same great quality while growing into a nationwide company.
Here’s a few of the varieties available online:
Local Great Lakes
Local Texas Wildflower
You can find Clover Honey at your local Sam’s Club now. And check back next week to see our review of the honey in action!