WE NO LONGER SELL DIRECT RETAIL.   Please go to our sales locations web page http://www.bamboohollow.com/locations.php to locate a store that has our local, raw & unprocessed honey. We still keep bees exclusively in NJ, but no longer participate in farmers markets, festivals, or private sales.  We want to thank all of you who participated by purchasing our products or providing space for our bees on your property!  A MUCH HEARTFELT THANK YOU TO ALL!

Bamboo Hollow Honey Farm Stand

Pier Guidi Princeton Hillsborough Hopewell Honey honey_source

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2011 Local, Pure, Natural & Raw Princeton, Hopewell, Hillsborough Honey
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Bamboo Hollow NJ Unprocessed Raw Honey

Our Central NJ RAW honey available at Festivals & Farmers Markets.


In 2011, we were honored to be interviewed by both Princeton Magazine and The Sundial, George Washington Headquarters' Newspaper (Rockingham, Kingston, NJ). Pier V. Guidi, Bees Knees article, Princeton Magazine

To display the articles, click on each of the framed pictures (above and to the right) in turn.

GW HQ "Rockingham", Kingston, NJ Rockingham

Patti & Pier Guidi with Produce Pete Napolitano NBC's "Produce Pete" Napolitano
visits our honey tent in Oct. 2011

Patti Guidi - Chester NJ Farmers Market 2011
Patti Guidi at our Honey Tent in 2011

Pier Guidi at Unionville Vineyards-Bamboo Hollow Zeke & Jennifer of Unionville Vineyards
Pier Guidi of Bamboo Hollow
Valentines Day 2012 Event at the winery

Bamboo Hollow Pier Guidi East Brunswick Farm Market Beekeeper Pier V. Guidi shows his products to Michael Macchiaverna of East Brunswick, his daughter Julia, 10, and son Justin, 14, during the Winter Farmers Market at the East Brunswick Community Arts Center on March 10, 2012.
Photo (c) by Scott Friedman.

Pier Guidi's Bees Knees Sneakers

"BEEs KNEEs" Sneakers
Compliments of Kris Spillane


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specialty stores,
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Our Natural, Pure, Local, Raw Honey

Our natural, pure, local, raw honeys are made by our very own honey bees living in various locations within Mercer, Somerset and Hunterdon counties of Central New Jersey.

Our local raw honey from NJ is always labeled with its location of origin (e.g. Princeton) and is lightly filtered and never processed (i.e. heated) so that it may retain its wholesome properties as the bees produced it. See our Local Raw Honey web page for more information.

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Our Varietal Honeys

Our varietal honey offerings come from other beekeepers in New Jersey and elsewhere within the USA.  These honeys are made by bees who visit specific plants (e.g. blueberry and cranberry fields in NJ, Tupelo in Florida, Eucalyptus in California), and whose qualities of taste and texture we find interesting and notable.   See our Varietal Honey web page for more information.

Bamboo Hollow beeswax soap

Beeswax Soaps, Lip Balms, Candles, etc.

We also make and sell beeswax and honey based products such as mild and aromatic soaps, lip balms, honey filled candies, etc. See our Soaps & More web page for more information.

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Comings and Goings: Prisco’s: New name, same great store
Comings and Goings includes a new name for Prisco's and a new location for Honeybee Wellness Center.
Publ.Date : Mon, 17 Nov 2014 11:06:54 -0800

Parasite Turns Bees Into Zombie-Like Creatures
Biologists are reporting signs of a possible zombie apocalypse. Well, at least for the honeybee population. A parasite that has been turning bees on the West Coast into zombie-like creatures has started infecting bees in the East, and biologists are still puzzled as to how it all works.
Publ.Date : Fri, 31 Oct 2014 03:00:05 -0700

Sweet as Honeybee
A local boutique helps brides stand out from the crowd, save some bucks and shop sustainably via pre-loved gowns. “I spent a lot of time with Barbie dolls as a kid and I think this is just an extension of that,” laughs Melanie Peters, owner and curator of Halifax’s newest source for wedding attire, Honeybee Vintage Bridal. “I think I had more clothes than I did Barbies.… [ Read more ...
Publ.Date : Thu, 20 Nov 2014 10:07:31 -0800

Saving Bees Using Microscopic Bugs
[ Watch The Video: Bee Killers: Using Phages Against Deadly Honeybee Diseases ] Provided by Brigham Young University For decades, honeybees have been battling a deadly disease that kills off their babies (larvae) and leads to hive collapse . It’s called American Foulbrood and its effects are so devastating and infectious, it often requires infected hives to be burned to the ground. Treating ...
Publ.Date : Tue, 28 Oct 2014 10:20:35 -0700

Why The Federal Government Is Bailing Out Honeybees
The USDA is drafting farmers and ranchers to help save the honeybee. Wild bee populations decimated by colony collapse disorder are being boosted thanks to a multi-million dollar government grant. In response to declining bee populations, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investing $8 million into boosting America's bee population . It's an unusual step designed to shore up ...
Publ.Date : Thu, 13 Nov 2014 14:40:08 -0800

Plight of the bees
By Art Van Kraft kraft@theacorn.com With a dry winter again predicted for Ventura County, local beekeepers are taking steps to avoid another major honeybee die-off. A lack of rain means fewer plants and less food for the bees. It also means less water for bees to drink, and in a dry season many honeybees die of dehydration. read more
Publ.Date : Thu, 13 Nov 2014 21:17:14 -0800

Chelsea and Rob McFarland lure people into a sweet science: urban beekeeping
Butterflies and hummingbirds flit in the shafts of light behind Chelsea McFarland as she tells a group of about 20 interested volunteers – residents ages 6 to 66 from around this West Los Angeles suburb – what they can do to combat the dramatic worldwide depletion of the honeybee.
Publ.Date : Thu, 30 Oct 2014 10:52:09 -0700

Keystone Center works with national stakeholders to tackle honeybee threats
Larry Gilliland, 74, keeps three beehives in his backyard near Silverthorne. Before he and a couple other Summit County residents started beekeeping in 2012, he doesn't think anyone in the county kept bees.
Publ.Date : Thu, 20 Nov 2014 21:21:51 -0800

Beekeepers fight to hold Jackson County to honeybee laws
By Molly Trotter/KTVL.COM ROGUE RIVER, Ore. -- A long fight between local bee keepers and Jackson County came to a resolution Wednesday.     For the past three years bee keepers have been fighting to keep tax breaks awarded to them under state law, but the county wants to dip into the bee keeper's pocket. ...
Publ.Date : Thu, 20 Nov 2014 19:19:37 -0800

Plight of the honey bees
By Art Van Kraft kraft@theacorn.com With a dry winter again predicted for Ventura County, local beekeepers are taking steps to avoid another major honeybee die-off. A lack of rain means fewer plants and less food for the bees. It also means less water for bees to drink, and in a dry season many honeybees die of dehydration. read more
Publ.Date : Thu, 13 Nov 2014 18:20:37 -0800