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How You Can Help Save The Bees

Honeybees carry a heavy responsibility in our society. These little girls pollinate over a third of our food supply, support the reproduction of 90% of wild flowering plants, and create honey, which yielded $5.7 million in the first half of 2016 through U.S. honey exports alone. They do so much for us, so what can […]

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What Makes Beeswax Candles so Great?

We often say that beeswax candles are the BEST candles ever! Going back in history, beeswax was the preferred candle type by royalty, nobility and the church because of its pleasant aroma and beautiful light. Argument could be made that it is still the preferred candle type, at least for those with information to base […]

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Recycle Beeswax? We do it!

Beeswax Co. is always looking for new ways to get involved and give back to the community, whether it’s through educational events, workshops, speaking engagements or philanthropy. When customers and beekeepers who know the incredible efforts of the honeybee (In order to produce 1lb. of beeswax, a honeybee needs to consume approximately 8lbs. of honey!) […]

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Benefits of Beeswax Candles vs. Paraffin

If you’re a candle enthusiast like us, you’re aware of the benefits that accompany burning one of our fabulous beeswax candles. We mentioned before that we produce the cleanest burning candles on the market but we’d love to elaborate. Here are a few benefits of beeswax candles vs. paraffin candles to keep in mind next […]

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5 Fun Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Bees

Beeswax Co. prides itself on sourcing the purest, cleanest, Texas beeswax—and we take it seriously. Our commitment to making sure each candle is made from the finest and purest Beeswax is part of the reason we’re one of the premier suppliers of Beeswax candles in the U.S.   With that being said, we thought we’d educate […]

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National Honey Bee Day

Did you know the U.S. celebrates dozens of holidays focused on animals and insects? To name a few, January 5th is National Bird Day, March 14th is Save a Spider Day and November 3rd is Jellyfish Day. The third Saturday in August is recognized as National Honey Bee Day. The event was started in 2009 […]

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New Pesticide Labels to Protect Pollinators

WASHINGTON – In an ongoing effort to protect bees and other pollinators, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has developed new pesticide labels that prohibit use of some neonicotinoid pesticide products where bees are present. “Multiple factors play a role in bee colony declines, including pesticides. The Environmental Protection Agency is taking action to protect […]

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