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Stuck on Honey: Nith Valley Apiaries

Stuck on Honey: Nith Valley Apiaries
by Keirra Reid In the words of Winnie the Pooh "What could be more important than a little something to eat?" Whether we use it in our tea, on our toast or just enjoy a spoonful straight up now and again, honey is a truly fascinating and delicious food. It is also touted to be a health food of sorts with many trace vitamins, essential minerals and even a compound that functions as an antioxidant.   Recently I visited one of Waterloo Region’s local Apiaries. Nith Valley Apiaries is a family-run bee farm located in New Hamburg. They have a charming store where you can purchase a variety of their honeys as well as a few other local treats. I picked up some fresh...

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