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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Maple Syrup, Raw Honey, 100% Beeswax Candles - 2014 Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway from Mohawk Valley Trading Company - ends 11/17 US


What better items to celebrate the coming holiday season that pure maple syrup and raw honey to bake and cook with, and for decorations, 100% pure molded beeswax candles.  Where is the best place to buy these items?  Mohawk Valley Trading Company!


The Mohawk Valley Trading Company offers the highest quality unprocessed natural products that can produced.   Included in their inventory of natural products are Maple Syrup, Maple Sugar, Honey, Raw Honey, Beeswax, Beeswax Candles, Handmade Soap and Natural Skin Care Products.  I have done reviews in the past for Mohawk Valley Trading Co., and can attest to the purity and quality of their products.   For


If you crave a dark robust Maple Syrup, then Mohawk Valley Trading Company has just what you are looking for.  The deep rich amber color boasts of a hearty flavor.  In our family, the deeper richer flavor of maple a syrup has the better it is on pancakes and French toast.  This Maple Syrup from Mohawk Valley Trading Co. satisfies our craving for a full-bodied maple flavor.  This pure maple syrup comes in glass bottles in two sizes: 16 oz for only $15.00; 32 oz for $30.00.


Have you ever had Raw American Bamboo Honey?  Before I was sent this package to review, I never knew about this variety of raw honey.  American bamboo is of the family Polygonaceae, and is related to buckwheat; hence the honey is very similar however not as intense.  Even though the plant is considered an invasive weed, its flowers are valued by beekeepers as an important source of nectar for honeybees during the last of summer when there is little else in bloom for honey bees to forage.  Mohawk Valley Trading Co. raw American bamboo honey is collected from hives that are on both slopes and the surrounding area of the Southern Kuyahoora Valley & Central Mohawk Valley regions of Upstate New York.

With a bold honey flavor and aroma, the Raw American Bamboo Honey taste superb on toast, mixed with peanut butter, on pancakes, and just a wonderful complement to a nice cup of tea.  This honey sells in 1 lb. glass jars for only $10.

There is nothing like the perfume that is exhibited by 100% pure beeswax candles.  The Mohawk Valley Trading Company beeswax candles are hand poured, hand dipped and made with 100% cotton wicks and 100% pure, all natural, unbleached, yellow beeswax produced by their bees in the USA.  The sweet bouquet of honey or what could be described as a floral scent that come naturally from these candles is exquisite!


To grace Thanksgiving decor, a molded turkey candle made from 100% natural beeswax.  It is a small perfect replica of a nice fluffed turkey that stands 3.5" high and is the same in width.   The small details on this bird are amazing.  I plan on making a Thanksgiving centerpiece with this 100% beeswax turkey the center of attention.  Purchase this 100% beeswax turkey candle for only $8.00.


Now here is a lovely trio of 100% evergreen tree candles will grace any setting for the Christmas season.  Each one is a excellent rendition of a beautiful pine.  Even though they are sold separately, the whole trio of  do compliment each other and makes a beautiful setting all together.  The small 100% beeswax evergreen stands about 3.5 inches high (not including the wick) and can be purchased for only $5.50.  The medium sized evergreen beeswax candle stands 4.5 inches tall and sells for $8.00.  The large 100% beeswax evergreen stands 5.75 inches high for only $15.00.

Beeswax candles are so much superior over the cheap paraffin candles that you buy in any store.  They have a lovely fresh scent, a long burn time, and the natural origins of beeswax make it the preferred candle for many types of people from the Catholic Church to environmentalists.  The Mohawk Valley Trading Company sells so many different sizes and varieties of 100% Pure Beeswax Candles for any and all occasions.


The Mohawk Valley Trading Company is a proud sponsor of Royalegacy's 2014 Holiday Gift Guide.  Here you will find many items that will make superior gifts for the holidays!

For the duration of the 2014 Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway (from 11/01/14 through 11/17/14) you can receive a 20% discount on all Mohawk Valley Trading Company maple syrup, honey, beeswax candles and handmade soap with the Coupon Code: Royalegacy Reviews and More Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway


To order, please email info@tenonanatche.com
or Call - Tel 315-519-2640
7:00am - 7:00pm - 7 Days a Week

Be sure to mention the coupon code above and receive your 20% discount!


With so many thanks to The Mohawk Valley Trading Company for partnering with Royalegacy Reviews and More to offer the same items that I reviewed to one lucky winner.  This prize package is worth $75.00!

Physical address required for shipping; no PO boxes, US recipients 18+ only residing in one of the 48 contiguous states, and will end on November 17, 2014.  The Mohawk Valley Trading Company will ship the prize to the winner within 30 days of contest end.  If address is undeliverable or prize is unclaimed and sent back, winner is responsible for re-shipping charges.
 





146 comments:

  1. We have had their Maple Syrup and it is so delicious!

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  2. Candles made of Beewax? I didn't know that could be done. Bravo! I like what Mohawk Valley Trading Co. is doing over there. I use a lot of honey.

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  3. I learned that they sell on line only, no retail store to walk in. masongirl1127@yahoo.com

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  4. I love their raw honey assortment of flavors!

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  5. I like the soap. I'd like to try the Goats Milk Lavender Soap.
    Thank you!

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  6. I really like the Beeswax pillar candles.

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  7. voted :)
    I would love to try there summer wildflower honey

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  8. I love that their product is "raw honey is unheated, unpasteurized, unfiltered, unprocessed, unblended and all of the pollen, enzymes, propolis, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants and aromatics are in the same condition as they were in the hive.
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  9. I really love the handmade soaps. The goat milk soap looks very nice.

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  10. They sell online online and are located in Utah.

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  11. I would like some of the Beeswax Pillar Candles.

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  12. I learned that they are located in Utica, NY and are only sold online.

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  13. I love all the varieties of raw honey that they have! I'd love to try all of them, and their price is good.

    Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  14. I like their Goats Milk Soap - Unscented that helps with reducing psoriasis.

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  15. I learned that honeybees consume 6-8 pounds of honey to produce one pound of beeswax.

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  16. I learned that their factory is in Utica NY which is very close to where I am originally from so it makes me like this company even more!

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  17. I learned although their warehouse is iin Utica that they only sell online.

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  18. I learned that they offer a wide array of products....all of which I would love to try. I would especially love to try their maple syrup and honeys. I bet they're all super delicious.

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  19. I actually like that they sell online only and love that everything is natural. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  20. i thought this was interesting: Maple trees are not tapped until they reach the diameter of 10 inches, the trees are usually between 30 and 40 years old when tapped.
    Amy (Guillaume) Linderman

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  21. I learned that they are not a walk-in retail store, they sell on line only.

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  22. I learned that they sell many skin care products. The Goats Milk Lavender Soap looks great.
    kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  23. I learned that the honey is is unheated, unpasteurized, unfiltered, unprocessed, unblended

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  24. I learned they are in Utica, NY which isn't that far from me!

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  25. I would love to try the different honeys. I especially want to try the wildflower honey. Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  26. I liked the 100% Pure Beeswax Pillar Candles at Mohawk Valley Trading Co. I learned that they are hand poured and made from 100% all natural unbleached yellow beeswax, produced by our bees in the USA.

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  27. I learned that Dark, Robust Maple Syrup from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company comes in glass bottles and is made primarily from sugar maple sap, which is preferred for maple syrup production because it has an average sugar content of two percent.

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  28. I like that they also make natural skin care products.

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  29. They offer the highest quality unprocessed natural products.

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  30. I would really love to try their Organic Raw Honey. I have actually had some of their Maple Syrup at a friend's house and it is amazing!

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  31. I love using honey and their Tulip Poplar and Black Locust honey is especially appealing, love to try the organic honey as well.


    alyce poalillo

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  32. I liked seeing all the different varieties of honey =)

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  33. I would like to get Mowhawk Valley Trading Company's 3" x 6" beeswax candle.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  34. I learned that Mohawk Valley Trading Comapny offers the highest quality unprocessed natural products

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  35. I love maple syrup and honey. I like that Mohawk Valley Trading Company's products are natural and unprocessed.

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  36. their raw honey has an assortment of flavors!

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  37. I learned that Mohawk Valley Trading Company is made in a warehouse in Utica and that they make soaps and natural beauty care products.

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  38. A stand of maple trees used to produce maple syrup is known as a "sugarwood"

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  39. I love that their skin care products are made from 100% natural plant-based essential oils distilled or pressed from fresh herbs, spices, leaves, flower petals, citrus peels, and other naturally fragrant botanical materials.

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  40. I like the Tea Tree Oil Soap. I have several Tea tree products & they work great!

    Love3570@aol.com

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  41. Wow so much info I love to know what is in and where my food comes from if possible! I learned that the best honey is Raw Honey, because all the pollen, enzymes, propolis, vitamins, amino acids, antioxidants and aromatics. is ruined when pasteurizing.

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  42. I love that their honey is unheated, unpasteurized, unfiltered, unprocessed, unblended and all of the pollen, enzymes, propolis, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants and aromatics are in the same condition as they were in the hive.

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  43. i like the Adirondack Summer and Autumn Wildflower Honey.

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  44. I love beeswax candles, so I would love their candles. Also, I would be more than willing to take part in a taste testing of their many (delicious sounding) honeys!

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  45. They have so many varieties of honey. :) I'd like to try the AppleBlossom one and the Goldenrod honey. :)

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  46. I like the goats milk soap. I like the tea tree soap too.

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  47. I learned they only take online orders & I would love to try their Wildflower Honey!

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  48. GRC tannawings
    network blogs ellen beck


    ellen beck

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  49. i love honey and it's raw honey is unheated, unpasteurized, unfiltered, unprocessed, unblended and all of the pollen, enzymes, propolis, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants and aromatics are in the same condition as they were in the hive../..thanks

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  50. I love all the varieties of honey, and that it comes from the US. I heard a lot of honey in stores comes from China, which is not so good.

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  51. The variety of honeys are great. I like that you can order any kind, and have them delivered to the door. this would be a great gift.

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  52. i'd like to try their maple syrup in the Maple Pecan Scones recipe

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  53. After the passage of the 1764 Sugar Act, which imposed high tariffs on imported sugar, maple sugar became even more popular.

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  54. I like knowing it's natural honey. You never know sometimes with the stuff at the grocery store.

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  55. I learned that you can order by phone 7 am to 7 pm 7 days a week

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  56. I love the tree candles. Those would be great to display all winter long.

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  57. I learned that "Skin care products and cosmetics do not need to be approved or reviewed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) before being sold to consumers." I was shocked!

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  58. I really want to try their raw honey, I am addicted to unfiltered, unprocessed raw honey that still has all the enzymes, vitamins, antioxidants and good stuff in tact!

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  59. I learned that their honey is unheated, unpasteurized, unfiltered, unprocessed and unblended.

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  60. Among other things, I learned that honeybees consume 6-8 pounds of honey to produce one pound of beeswax. Interesting.

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  61. I really like the Orange Blossom Honey and the Raw Wild Cherry Blossom Honey .

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  62. I love that they can make soap from beeswax, so cool!

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  63. I love that it is made in the usa and would love to try the beeswax candles since we go through so many candles. Also love seeing the different types of honey.

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  64. I learned that beeswax candles are probably best, but out of my price range. Hopefully I can win!

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  65. I learned that they sell online only. They do not have a retail store.
    marcia.goss@gmail.com

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  66. They sell, unprocessed natural products and sell only on line, not in any store.

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  67. They have lots of facts about maple syrup on their site. I learned that Grade A Dark, Robust Maple Syrup was formerly called Grade B.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  68. I love Grade A maple syrup (dark). It goes good on a lot of things like apples and squash, ham yummy!

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  69. I like the Pure Maple Syrup 32 oz. Glass Bottle.

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  70. I learned they offer the highest quality unprocessed natural products. I would love to try some Pure Maple Syrup!

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  71. The maple syrup looks amazing - I have been going through a pancake phase and it would be amazing to try!

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  72. I like their goat's Milk bar soap they say their products are vitamin fortified and they use natural products like goat's milk, shea butter and olive oil to name a few.
    Theresa N
    weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  73. I learned that no pesticides or herbicides are used in their apiaries.

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  74. I like the 100% Pure Olive Oil Castile Soap

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  75. I learned that Native Americans collected syrup using primitive tools.

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  76. I learned that their honey is 100% pure honey with no additives or dilutions!

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  77. We use honey for everything! I am a honey addict! I would love to try the Apple Blossom Honey!
    mmjohnson555 at gmail dot com

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  78. I learned that their honey is healthy and unprocessed. It looks so yummy!

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  79. I learned that the do not have a brick and mortar, and only sell online.

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  80. I like that they sell organic raw honey. It's so good for you.

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  81. I am interested in the beeswax, I have been wanting to make lotion bars

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  82. I have had their Honey and it is delicious. Thanks.

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  83. I discovered that the company sells on-line only.

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  84. I'd like to try their Tea Tree Oil Soap for my itchy wintertime skin.

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  85. I learned that Mohawk Valley Trading Company has really reasonable prices on candles and beeswax. I like to buy locally, but my local place that I have been buying from raised their prices a lot, this year. I really like the evergreen shaped candles. I think they would be great decor for the entire winter.

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  86. My family loves honey and honey related products. I'd love to try the Maple Sugar and I really love their soap. It's probably the best soap I've ever tried!

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  87. I learned that the raw honey is completely natural.

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  88. I liked the recipe for Maple Pecan Scones. Sounds heavenly!

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  89. I learned you can get Goldenrod Honey from them (they offer raw varietal honey from a particular kind of flower)

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  90. Visiting the site, I learned that Mohawk Valley Trading Co. is located in Utica, NY.

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  91. I learned they offer raw honey and beeswax candles. I want to order everything from them!

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  92. I learned that they only sell online. Their products look fantastic.

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  93. I learned it is in NY and only sell on-line.Nice products-all natural.

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  94. Oh my gosh! I want all of their candles. So simple, yet gorgeous.

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  95. I love their raw honey assortment of flavors!

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  96. I learned that you have to refrigerate their maple syrup after opening. Now I'm confused because I just read an article online that said you don't have to refrigerate maple syrup. Who's right?

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  97. I learned that they are located in the city of Utica and is neither a walk-in retail store nor open to the public; they sell on line only.

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  98. I would love to try the Raw Wild Cherry Blossom (Tulip Poplar-Black Locust) Honey. I learned what cappings are in honey and how they are beneficial.

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  99. I visited the site and the product I am most excited by is the dark, robust Maple Syrup from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. I also think their honey varieties sound nice.

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  100. I learned that the beekeeper will harvest 1 pound of wax for every 10 pounds of honey.
    Shelia S

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  101. i visited their site they not only make maple syrup and homey but Natural skin care productss candles out of bees wax who would have known geniuses they have some pretty amazing products with all natural ingredients thats the best thanks for this chance best of luck everyone

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  102. The Beeswax pillar candles look very interesting! I love the natural quality of their products :)

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  103. I learned that 80% of the world's maple syrup is produced in Canada

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  104. i liked the goldenrod honey. I would use this to sweeten smoothies and on pancakes

    JOE GERSCH
    JOEBISSY@mail.com

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  105. I like the goldenrod honey - looks awesome.

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  106. I learned that they sell online only

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  107. I learned that they are online only. I would love to try there summer wildflower honey.

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  108. I learned they only sell their products online.

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  109. I learned the worker bee produces wax in an almost clear liquid form from 8 mirror glands. I did not know the wax was clear. It is amazing how it gets turned into candles and soaps, lotions etc.

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  110. I visited the site and like the Natural Handmade Soap they sell, it is made with 100% natural ingredients.

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  111. I really liked the raw honey assortment of flavors. Very neat.

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  112. I learned their soap has avocado oil in it along with many other great sounding ingredients.

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  113. I want to try out their Goats Milk Lavender Soap

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  114. I love the raw honey assortment that they have :)

    ktgonyea at gmail dot com

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  115. i would love to try their summer wildflower honey it looks so good and its hard to find good honey anymore

    lmurley2014@yahoo.com

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  116. I learned that: Bees make honey as a food source for during cold weather, and when food sources are scarce.

    annemarie562000(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  117. I learned that their raw honey is unheated, unpasteurized, unfiltered, unprocessed, unblended and all of the pollen, enzymes, propolis, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants and aromatics are in the same condition as they were in the hive.

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  118. I would love to try the goat's milk soap. My husband has really dry skin and rich soaps like goat's milk really help him.

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  119. I really liked the Beeswax Votive Candles, 100% Pure Beeswax Votive Candles. They are made in the USA and look lovely.

    kneecree (at) gmail (dot) com

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  120. Their soaps look wonderful. I'd love to try the tea tree oil soap and their goats milk soaps.

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  121. I learned their warehouse is located in the city of Utica.

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  122. I think the Blueberry Blossom Honey & Apple Blossom Honey sounds very yummy.

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  123. the summer wildflower honey sounds soooo yummy :) i LOVE honey!!

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  124. I learned this about Thomas Jefferson "Before he became president, Thomas Jefferson liked the idea that maple sugar could be produced by citizens of the new nation and help sever it’s dependence on sugar grown on plantations in the British Caribbean using slave labor".

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  125. I learned that their warehouse is in Utica, NY and that they sell online/via phone only.

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  126. I love that they have so many honeys to choose from. All sound so yummy!

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  127. I see they also sell Pure Olive Oil Castile, and Tree oil soap. I'm kinda a soap junkie, I can never have enough types and scents. LOL

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  128. 100% Pure Olive Oil Castile Soap sounds great so does the goat milk soap

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  129. I learned that they sell online only. Pretty Awesome!

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  130. http://www.tenonanatche.com/maple-syrup.htm i like this

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  131. I like the 100% Pure Olive Oil Castile Soap

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  132. I learned that the skin care products are made from 100% natural plant-based essential oils. I also learned they are based in Utica, NY and only sell on-line. All the products sound great!

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  133. I like the assortment of items they have, especially the beeswax candles. I have a made a few in the past but theirs look great and come in a variety of sizes and neat shapes.

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  134. I learned that they sell online only, need local in LA

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  135. I would like to try the Pure Maple Syrup.

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  136. I really like their variety of honeys. I like the sound of the Adirondack Summer and Autumn Wildflower Honey!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  137. I learned that you can only order their products online!

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  138. I would love to try the Beeswax Pillar Candles.

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  139. They also make all natural skin care products.

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  140. I learned The Mohawk Valley Trading Company offers the highest quality unprocessed natural products we can produce

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  141. I would love to try their natural beeswax evergreen tree candles!

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  142. Thanks for the giveaway…we would like to try the Raw Blueberry Blossom Honey

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  143. I like all their honeys and want to try the Raw Orange Blossom Honey.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  144. I would like to try the blueberry blossom honey.

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