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Maine Street Bee - Founded by Local Beekeeper
Melissa Dupuis, a Cumberland, Maine beekeeper, produces raw, wildflower honey and beeswax products like hand salves, lip balms, and a paw protector for your pet's delicate paws in winter. Our products are popular for personal use, special occasion gifts, corporate gifting and wedding favors. Our goal is to keep harmful chemicals out of our products by using only natural, organic and fair-trade ingredients; and plastic-free, compostable, recyclable packaging with zero negative impact on the environment.
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about ME AND MY BEES
Centered in the town of Cumberland, Maine, our studio shares its location with a flock of chickens, an organic vegetable garden and of course the bees - that continue to inspire and fascinate. Who says you can't homestead on an acre of property on Main Street?
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WAYS YOU CAN HELP SAVE THE BEES
Through our dedication to providing eco-friendly packaging and our willingness to make room for improvement in functionality, we are so excited to announce and launch our beautiful, new leak-proof and compostable paperboard push-up tubes! Using the same great recipes, our Lip Balms and Paw Protector are not only pretty to look at but they pass…
Being a beekeeper people ask me a lot of questions about bees and I find it difficult to answer without the explanation leading to other bee factoids. There are so many interesting bits of information about bees! So, on my blog I’d like to demystify bees beginning with the dandelion bloom. I began seeing the…
This article in Science Daily talks about how the world’s most widely used weed killer may also be indirectly killing bees. New research from The University of Texas at Austin shows that honey bees exposed to glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, lose some of the beneficial bacteria in their guts and are more susceptible…