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About Wendell Estate

INCREDIBLE HONEY SINCE THE 1940S - Nestled in the heart of the Canadian prairies, Wendell Honey was founded in the early 1940s by John Wendell. From humble beginnings, a passion for cultivating the finest honey has seen the farm grow to house over 3500 beehives that are the source for Wendell Estate Honey. Today, under the watchful eyes of Tim and Isabel Wendell, Wendell Honey carries on its tradition of delivering unparalleled taste and texture.

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Located in the "Golden Triangle" of Saskatchewan, Wendell Honey produces some of the finest honey in the world. Wendell Estate Honey is rich, flavourful and creates an overall experience unique to the brand.

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Located in what some beekeepers call the "Golden Triangle" of the Canadian prairies, Wendell Honey has been operating since the 1940s. Today, the farm houses 3500 hives and produces one of the highest yields-per-hive in the world. Wendell Estate's raw honey is unpasteurized for a rich texture, layered flavours and an overall experience that has resulted in more than a few converts.

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Located in what some Saskatchewan beekeepers call the "Golden Triangle", Wendell Honey has been producing honey since the 1940s. Today, the farm houses 3500 hives and uses a unique process, wherein the honey is bottled directly following its extraction from the comb, to retain a fresh flavour and natural white colour. While many other brands blend and heat their honey, Wendell Estate's raw honey is unpasteurized for a rich texture, layered flavours and an overall experience that has resulted in more than a few converts.

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