Exquisite Microclimate Honeys from City Bees

Citybees honey is packaged in
elegant, hex-shaped glass jars:
8 oz., $15.00
(3 oz., $5.00 - available by special request only)

The Inner Sunset Farmers' Market, Sundays, 9 AM to 1 PM,
or at The Castro Farmers' Market, Wednesdays, 4 to 8 PM, (March-December).

Availability is seasonal depending on hive strength and nectar flow!
Not all honeys are sold at each Market.

San Francisco Neighborhood Honey:
Castro - Corona Heights Community Garden
Cole Valley - Carl Street
Cole Valley - Grattan School
Inner Sunset - WCS Garden
Inner Sunset - 7th Ave @ Irving
Inner Sunset - 9th Ave @ Pacheco
Inner Sunset - 15th Ave @ Judah
Inner Sunset - 17th Ave @ Lincoln
McLaren Park - Gambier St.
Mission - Bi-Rite Market Rooftop, 18th St. @ Dolores
Mission - Dolores St. @ 22nd
Mountain Lake Park, Lake St. @ 12th Ave
Noe Valley/Diamond Hts.
Golden Gate Park/Inner Richmond, 8th Ave @ Fulton
Golden Gate Park/Inner Richmond, 16th Ave @ Fulton
Potrero Hill
San Francisco City Blend

Out-Of-Town Micro-Climate Honey:
San Andreas Faultline, San Francisco Watershed
Berkeley Hills, Alameda County
Strawberry Point, Marin
Mill Valley, Marin
Simon Ranch, Corte Madera, Marin
Tiburon, Marin
West Marin Blackberry
Healdsburg Dry Creek Rd.
Mt. Diablo Star Thistle
Bay Area Blend

To make one pound of honey, bees collectively fly approximately 24,000 miles and visit three to nine million flowers. Honey contains healthful minerals, vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, and carbohydrates. Within a month or so of harvest, lightly filtered and unheated honey will naturally crystallize. To soften or reliquify honey, place it in a warm spot or in warm water for a brief time.

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