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2016 just got sweeter for Deli of the Year

Admin, June 7, 2016

IMG_0194(1)The UK’s deli of the year just got a whole lot sweeter, and a whole lot ‘greener’.

Petworth-based, The Hungry Guest has signed up to stock the premium Infusions range of honeys by the award-winning Origin Honey brand.
The deli will also stock the brand’s
sister label, Beehive Brae honey beer.

Both brands are produced by Plan Bee Ltd, one of the UK’s leading sustainability businesses which produces award winning honeys, mead and honey beers from their share of honey produced under their beehive management partnerships. With more than 200 beehives from Cornwall to Aberdeen, the company is working hard to protect and preserve dwindling honeybee populations, and has returned more than 10-million bees back to the natural environment, making their honey one of the most environmentally-friendly products around.

The Hungry Guest’s Retail Manager, Brett Coleman said:

“I am absolutely thrilled to be working with Plan Bee in supporting the rejuvenation of the honeybee population within the UK. Our customers know good food and it’s up to me to ensure the best is delivered to our shelves. The Infusions range is exceptional and being received well in the shop alongside the unique Beehive Brae honey beers…. something I’ll definitely be drinking this summer!”