The new website’s eye-catching design gives visitors a glimpse at the wild Southwest flowers from which Crockett’s 100% natural honey is produced and the site is packed with information to serve as a user’s guide for honey lovers. If you’re looking for delicious and adventurous recipes using honey as a prime ingredient, visit the website’s Recipes page which includes Bittersweet Chocolate Raspberry Truffle Cupcakes and Almond Honey Rugelach. Also visit the Why Honey Is Important page for facts about honey’s benefits in areas such as beauty products, a source of natural energy, and honey’s uses for relief from symptoms of the common cold.
CrockettHoney.com is also interactive with a feed pulling from Crockett Honey’s Twitter account as well as a link to honey activities in Crockett’s Kids Club. Finally, the Crockett Honey online store presents images of each honey product ranging from the 12 oz. Desert Blossom Bear for $3.50 to bulk items such as 1 Gallon Desert Honey for $34.00.
About Crockett Honey
Crockett Honey was founded in 1945 and now operates 6,500 beehives located along the Colorado River near parker, AZ. The company bottles their 100% natural honey in Tempe, AZ using a method which does not alter the natural quality or change the flavor. Crockett Honey’s product comes from many floral sources in the Sonoran Desert for the finest Southwest honey. To learn more, please visit http://crocketthoney.com