HoneyWater launches in BC-based Health Grocery Chain, Nature’s Fare Markets!

As a part of its expansion into Western Canada, HoneyWater is proud to announce a partnership with Nature’s Fare Markets, a family owned chain of grocery stores in British Columbia, Canada. Its emphasis on healthy, natural, and organic foods, goes hand in hand with its mission to bring together like-minded people, paving the way for a sustainable future.

Over 20 years since its humble beginning, Nature’s Fare Markets has grown from a single store to eight thriving communities across the province. Every single item they carry is handpicked after careful evaluation, and must meet the highest standards of quality and freshness.

Nature’s Fare Markets dedication to their community goes beyond simply sourcing the best products – they are involved with local clubs, non-profits, and volunteer groups, while working to reduce their carbon footprint and to support agricultural sustainability throughout its ecosystem. The ongoing support from its customers, partners, and farmers, speaks mountains of the community feel that has been adopted in the Nature’s Fare stores.

Its no wonder that HoneyWater was a natural fit for Nature’s Fare Markets, offering a naturally sweetened and refreshing beverage option, while adding to the community first approach adopted by Nature’s Fare. HoneyWater proudly supports over 300 beekeepers and honey farmers across Canada, and the ‘Buy a bottle, save a bee’ initiative ensures a portion of proceeds from each bottle sold goes directly towards our programs to preserve pollinator health, and ensure a sustainable future for younger generations.

Together, HoneyWater and Nature’s Fare Markets form a powerful partnership, changing the way we look at food, health, and sustainability at the local level. If you’re in British Columbia, click here to find a Nature’s Fare Market near you!

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