Find Local Honey Near You (Our New Tool)

By Caleb Dueck | March 27, 2024

Caleb Dueck

Much of the honey on American grocery store shelves nowadays is fake, imported honey. The best way to ensure you're buying 100% pure honey is to buy it from honey sellers in your area.

We've compiled an enormous list of the local honey sellers in the United States, all on one, convenient page. There are over 900+ sellers on this list, making this directory over 18,000 words long. We hope this tool helps you figure out where to buy your local honey!

When you click on your state above, you'll jump straight to the honey sellers in your state. From there, the zip codes are sorted numerically, so knowing your zip code, you'll be able to find neighboring zip codes pretty quickly.

Also, if you're an apiary/beekeeper/honey seller and would like to be added to this list (or you want information updated), please leave a comment and we'll do our best to update your information quickly. Make sure to click the blue button below to jump quickly to the comment section.

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Turns Out, Local Honey is Actually Honey

When you buy honey from the grocery store, especially if it's imported, there's a good chance it might not be 100% pure. The FDA has rules for U.S. honey, but for imported honey, they mostly rely on the exporting country's regulations. This means importers can claim their honey is "100% Pure" based on those rules, even if they've added fillers like corn syrup to cut costs. Sometimes the honey isn't even from where they say it's from, as sellers ship it through certain countries to avoid FDA checks. One of the best ways to make sure you get pure honey is to buy from your local beekeeper. You can definitely taste the difference—real U.S. Grade A honey has a richer, more flavorful taste compared to the diluted stuff. Our honey is pure, but we understand that you might prefer to buy local, so we hope this tool helps you out!