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Source for Organic Beeswax

From: user 1.
Sent on: Friday, November 6, 2009 6:49 PM

Hey all,

Sorry to shotgun this email out there, but I was hoping someone might have a solution!

I had a gal contact me looking for beeswax from local bees that are "humanely/organically" raised.  She does lotions and body care products, and wants to use wax from bees that are well-cared-for and not chemically sprayed.  I told her that it was my first year for a hive and that it was a late-starter, and I didn't have any feel for how much wax I'd have available.  (I'm not really sure how much she needs, either.)  She's looking for one or two reliable and potentially long-term sources of wax if possible.  She'd also like to find one soon, as she wants to let some of her clients know her source.

If anyone has wax, knows someone who sells wax, or anticipates a lot of wax in the spring (I told her most of us don't harvest until spring), her name is Charity Reeves, and she can be reached at [address removed]

Or if anyone else has a source for wax from naturally/organically raised bees, even if it's a commercial source, I suspect she might be interested.

Thanks a bunch!

Lisa

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