Carmel, CA, April 10, 2017 — The celebrated Carmel Honey Company, created by 14-year-old Carmel entrepreneur and bee expert Jake Reisdorf, is now offering specially wrapped gift boxes of honey, just in time for Mother's Day.
Mother's Day is fast approaching and what better way to tell your Mom you're sweet on her than a gift box of pure, natural honey from the Carmel Honey Company?
Carmel Honey Company has a wide variety of honey and honey gift boxes available for order online. And for Mother's Day, Sunday, May 14, each gift box ordered will be wrapped in a yellow ribbon and bow.
Gift boxes, which can be customized to your (or your Mom's) favorites, can include Meadowfoam Honey, Orange Blossom Honey, Sage Honey, Wildflower Honey, Honey Stix, and pure raw honeycomb.
One of the most popular, for example, the large gift box, contains one 12-oz. Meadowfoam Honey, one 3-oz. Orange Blossom Honey, one 3-oz. Sage Honey and one Wildflower Honey Stix pack.
To order online, go to www.CarmelHoneyCompany.com.
About Jake and Carmel Honey Company:
Jake Reisdorf is the chief beekeeper and owner with his family of Carmel Honey Company, which he started as part of a school project where his teacher assigned professions to each student and directed them to research the profession and build a presentation on it.
While researching his assigned profession of website designer, Jake, 10 years old at the time, decided to take it one step further and actually create a real website. At that time, Jake had taken one beekeeping class with his Dad and thought it would be cool to design a website about honey bees.
Not only did Jake get an “A” on the project, it inspired him and spurred him to start Carmel Honey Company. That was three years ago.
His passion for honey bees grew as he learned about Colony Collapse Disorder and real honey. Expanding his research and education drove Jake to learn more about honey and bees and ultimately decide it was critical to give back.
The “Jake Gives Back” program includes sharing honey bee knowledge with kids and adults of all ages. Whether he is in a classroom speaking to first-grade students, or at a corporate event talking with business owners and seasoned professionals, his passion and appreciation of how honey bees impact our world is infectious. He also “gives back” by making a financial donation to honey bee research and education organizations.
Jake currently attends 8th grade at Carmel Middle School and keeps his knowledge of apiology (the scientific study of bees) current by continuing to manage his own honey bee hives and attending industry conferences throughout the country.
Carmel Honey Company
Marci Bracco Cain
Salinas, CA 93901