Since 2014, Shoresh has been tending to and learning from our magnificent honey bees at Bela Farm. With deep gratitude to our partners, the bees and flowers, we are honoured to be able to offer local, raw, kosher honey for purchase just in time for Rosh Hashana. To purchase the sweetest honey in town, visit one of our upcoming honey markets or pre-order  a case of 12 jars today.

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Bela’s Bees offerings*:

      1. Single jars (250 grams)-$12-$18/jar (only available at honey markets)
      2. Cases of 12 jars-$180 (includes free delivery one week before Rosh Hashana).
      3. Case of 12 jars, and one package of 12 Rosh Hashanah cards (PLUS $180 tax receipt) – $360 (includes free delivery one week before Rosh Hashana)
      4. One jar of Bela Honey and a donation to plant 100 wildflowers – $72

Bela’s Bees Offerings


Honey Markets
Ring in 5777 with the sweetest gifts in town! We will be selling Bela’s Bees Pure Honey and Shoresh holiday cards, organic garlic from The Cutting Veg and home-grown herbal team from our amazing new partnership with youth from JF&CS.

Market Details:


Dates:  Monday, September 19, 2016
Location: The Wolfond Centre, 36 Harbord St.
Time: 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Mid-town Toronto

Dates:  Tuesday, September 20, 2016
LocationLipa Green Centre, 4588 Bathurst St.
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

York Region

Dates:  Wednesday, September 21 and Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Location: Shoresh’s Kavanah Garden, located on Lebovic Campus Dr., just west of Ilan Ramon Blvd. Click here for a map to the garden.
Time: 3:30 PM – 6:00 PM


*Bela’s Bees Honey Pricing Philosophy

 Shoresh’s Bela’s Bees Honey is more than just a product-it is the delicious result of our deep commitment to supporting our pollinator friends through hands on education and activism (for example, we planted 4-acres of bee pasture at Bela Farm and will expand that to 20-acres of habitat to nurture and feed our bees). The cost of each jar of this liquid gold reflects the time and resources that go into creating meaningful experiences for community members around the vital role pollinators play in supporting sustainable food systems, ecosystems and Jewish life.
© 2015 Shoresh.