National Honey Board Provides Revamped Educational Tools For Children


Firestone, Colo. – The National Honey Board has revamped its educational materials for children, creating a fresh look and feel to excite children about using honey. The two brochures, one educational and one recipe-based, are available for free (in limited quantities) to interested members or associations in the honey industry.

The educational brochure, A Sweet Story: The Making of Honey, describes how honey is made and includes a game and a quick and simple recipe. This fun and light-hearted brochure is primarily geared toward children 9 to 12 years old, but is suitable for younger children as well.

The children's recipe brochure, From Honey Bees to Brain Freeze, is a kid's ultimate guide to cooking with honey. From snacks to dinner to dessert, this brochure provides plenty of easy-to-follow recipes that are delicious and fun to make.

If any honey industry member or association is interested in obtaining copies of these brochures, please email Andrea Brening at [email protected], or call (303) 776-2337. For more information on the National Honey Board, please visit, follow us on Twitter (Twitter) or become a fan on Facebook (Facebook).

The National Honey Board conducts research, advertising and promotion programs to help maintain and expand domestic and foreign markets for honey and honey products. These programs are funded by an assessment of one cent per pound on domestic and imported honey. The National Honey Board is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Name: Andrea Brening

Phone: 303) 776-2337

Email: [email protected]