Looking for some something sweet for your honey? Buzz over to The Honey Stop, a new Salt Lake City store that sells raw honey from around the country.
The 2-month-old business, located at 159 E. 800 South, will hold a grand opening celebration Saturday, Feb. 9 from 9 a.m.- 6 p.m.
The owner, a former pilot, sells wildflower honeys from Utah, Oregon, Hawaii and Canada; orange blossom honey from California, buckwheat honey from Pennsylvania, Gallberry honey from Georgia and Brazilian pepper honey from Florida. Prices range from $7.50-$12.75 for a 12-ounce jar.
Guests will be able to sample honeys before they buy and ask questions about flavors and colors. The store also offers a variety of other bee products, including fresh pollen.
For more information visit: thehoneystop.com or call 801-953-0045.
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