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At Hive we care about the care of bees and the environment.

Bees are very important to humans and the planet, without them we would be left without food and without plants. It is our responsibility to take care of them and have responsible practices in order to preserve them.

Our planet is our home and it is important to start taking small actions to make a difference and protect it from our own actions. 

The new Hive Cares initiative seeks to donate a percentage of its sales to organizations that support victims of natural disasters and humanitarian crises around the world.

Hive is always looking for new ways to contribute to the environmental and social sphere, and that is why we want to get involved in more projects to make our world a better place.

With each purchase, you are supporting these initiatives.


The Bees

Since the beginning Hive adopted biodynamic and sustainable practices with the bees within its apiary. The honey used for all Hive products is 100% pure as no food supplement (sugar water) is given to the bees.

Once a year, honey is extracted from the hives, leaving them enough food for the rest of the year.

The sustainable practices of the Hive apiary give an added environmental value to our honey and to our products, which contain exclusive honey of very high quality.



The packaging used for Hive products is 100% recyclable.

At Hive we use glass and PET plastic containers, which are 100% recyclable materials, and our boxes and paper bags are made from recycled paper.



Through our social networks we seek to promote the importance of saving bees and the environment.

Hive has launched other environmentally sustainable products for a limited time to give others the opportunity to join the cause.

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Social Impacts

At Hive we seek to attend to humanitarian crises that occur around the world, which is why we decided to donate a percentage of our monthly sales to help organizations fulfill their mission.

Humanitarian crises / Natural disasters attended:
- Turkey and Syria earthquake February 2022 (International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies - IFRC and to Project HOPE)

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