Heavenly Organics was founded in 2005 to help sustain the economic and cultural survival of indigenous people located in remote and conflicted areas of India. The company was built on the belief that the only way to eliminate conflict is to provide ethical job opportunities. Heavenly Organics’ products not only provide healthier alternatives that taste amazing but that are changing people’s lives, transforming the supply chain and offering a unique business model that can help foster peace in conflict areas.
Heavenly Organics sources its 100% Organic, Raw, Pesticide and Antibiotic Free Honey from wild beehives located in the untouched forests of Northern and Central India and parts of the Himalayas, for the absolute purest and most delicious honey on the market. Since these naturally occurring, wild beehives are found in such remote areas, the bees are far from the reach of pesticides and other pollutants. Heavenly Organics Honey is has met the BioChecked™ ZERO Tolerance Glyphosate Standard and is pleased to announce that its White, Neem and Acacia honey varietals are now Glyphosate Free Certified™. Heavenly Organics Raw Honey is 100% Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified, which is unattainable in most regions today. Also, since Heavenly Organics’ proprietary honey collection method is bee-friendly and smoke free, the company is proud to say that it protects approximately 500 million bees per year.
Heavenly Organics Chocolate Honey Patties have a dark chocolate shell made from 100% cocoa that is filled with 100% organic raw white Himalayan honey from wild bee hives. These decadent, bite-sized treats have just four ingredients or less and are under 60 calories per Pattie, so you can indulge without the guilt. Chocolate Honey Patties are also gluten, dairy and soy free, have no added sugar and are Paleo friendly. Flavor offerings include Mint, Peanut, Double Dark, Pomegranate, Almond, and Ginger.
Heavenly Organics. For One Sweet World.
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