CHANGING
THE LIVES
OF AFRICAN
FAMILIES
ONE BEEHIVE AT A TIME
WITH COMMUNITIES ETHICAL
ENGAGEMENT
THROUGH LOCAL LEADERSHIP STRUCTURES
INNOVATIVE BLOCKCHAIN
TECHNOLOGY
TRACKS HONEY FROM HIVE TO TABLE

CHANGING
THE LIVES
OF AFRICAN
FAMILIES
ONE BEEHIVE AT A TIME
WITH COMMUNITIES ETHICAL
ENGAGEMENT
THROUGH LOCAL LEADERSHIP STRUCTURES
INNOVATIVE BLOCKCHAIN
TECHNOLOGY
TRACKS HONEY FROM HIVE TO TABLE

Based on sustainable beekeeping and the production of exceptional Zambian honey we are changing the lives of rural Zambian families.

Our honey is created by wild African bees in the Miombo Woodlands of the North-Western Province of Zambia, a pristine sub-tropical biosphere. While protecting the bees and their threatened habitat, Musanya creates viable incomes for families in the region with the agri-business of innovative beekeeping and ethical engagement with communities through local leaders. Honey production means sustainable use of the region’s abundant natural resources and a cash-crop alternative to subsistence farming, hunting local wildlife, or producing charcoal from indigenous trees.

Based on sustainable beekeeping and the production of exceptional Zambian honey we are changing the lives of rural Zambian families.

Our honey is created by wild African bees in the Miombo Woodlands of the North-Western Province of Zambia, a pristine sub-tropical biosphere. While protecting the bees and their threatened habitat, Musanya creates viable incomes for families in the region with the agri-business of innovative beekeeping and ethical engagement with communities through local leaders. Honey production means sustainable use of the region’s abundant natural resources and a cash-crop alternative to subsistence farming, hunting local wildlife, or producing charcoal from indigenous trees.

OUR 5 YEAR GOAL

honey pot
2
PRODUCTION LINES
0%
love honey
10000
FAMILIES IMPACTED
0%
honey hive
100000
BEEHIVES
0%
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Honey & Cherry Muffin Recipe

Spread a little cheer with our easy-peasy Honey Cherry Vanilla Muffins and get the best out of Musanya’s pure African honey and seasonal cherries.

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Dark Honey, Naturally Superior

We’re always talking about the quality of the honey we harvest. Of course we are. We love the flavour, we love its purity and best of all, we are proud of how our honey is changing lives in remote parts of Africa.

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Superfoods for the Win

Superfood honeys fuel your body so it can fight back against chronic disease and other nutrient deficiencies. Our honey comes from small, African producers to encourage sustainable development in rural communities.

WHY

Rural communities in the pristine Miombo Woodlands biosphere need to earn sustainable livelihoods from their immediate environment in order to trade their way out of poverty.

HOW

Long experience in beekeeping and the global honey trade makes Musanya Honey Co. the perfect partner to help communities thrive through bee farming in their woodland homes.

WHERE

Musanya Honey Co. operates in areas of the Miombo Woodlands biosphere that traverse North-Western Zambia and parts of the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Angolan Highlands.

BEES KEEP THE PLANET ALIVE

“The healthy functioning of ecosystem services ensures the sustainability of agriculture. Bees and forest beekeeping also help sustain forest ecosystems by providing pollination that leads to improved regeneration of trees and conservation of the forest’s biodiversity. Bees and other pollinators are thus vital to the environment and biodiversity conservation, as well as many other dimensions of global sustainable development.”

From “Why Bees Matter” a report by Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations.

BEES KEEP THE PLANET ALIVE

“The healthy functioning of ecosystem services ensures the sustainability of agriculture. Bees and forest beekeeping also help sustain forest ecosystems by providing pollination that leads to improved regeneration of trees and conservation of the forest’s biodiversity. Bees and other pollinators are thus vital to the environment and biodiversity conservation, as well as many other dimensions of global sustainable development.”

From “Why Bees Matter” a report by Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations.