Baker's Special Pure Honey

by Dutch Gold

Unit Weight: 5 lb


Packaging: Jar


Item Number: D-4502


In 1946, when Ralph Gamber bought three beehives at a farm sale, his intention was to rekindle his childhood fascination with bees and sell honey to his neighbors in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He and his wife Luella were totally unaware this modest purchase would evolve into the largest independent honey packaging business in the country. Over the years, technological advancements have certainly enhanced Dutch Gold’s growth, and more importantly, the ability to meet customers’ needs. The Gamber family has always maintained that this growth be based upon the firm foundation of quality, integrity, and trust. Quality in products and service; integrity in the way we operate; and a mutual feeling of trust.
$103.50

Unit Weight: 5 lb


Packaging: Jar


Item Number: D-4502


In 1946, when Ralph Gamber bought three beehives at a farm sale, his intention was to rekindle his childhood fascination with bees and sell honey to his neighbors in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He and his wife Luella were totally unaware this modest purchase would evolve into the largest independent honey packaging business in the country. Over the years, technological advancements have certainly enhanced Dutch Gold’s growth, and more importantly, the ability to meet customers’ needs. The Gamber family has always maintained that this growth be based upon the firm foundation of quality, integrity, and trust. Quality in products and service; integrity in the way we operate; and a mutual feeling of trust.

Unit Weight: 5 lb


Packaging: Jar


Item Number: D-4502


In 1946, when Ralph Gamber bought three beehives at a farm sale, his intention was to rekindle his childhood fascination with bees and sell honey to his neighbors in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He and his wife Luella were totally unaware this modest purchase would evolve into the largest independent honey packaging business in the country. Over the years, technological advancements have certainly enhanced Dutch Gold’s growth, and more importantly, the ability to meet customers’ needs. The Gamber family has always maintained that this growth be based upon the firm foundation of quality, integrity, and trust. Quality in products and service; integrity in the way we operate; and a mutual feeling of trust.

Unit Weight: 5 lb


Packaging: Jar


Item Number: D-4502


In 1946, when Ralph Gamber bought three beehives at a farm sale, his intention was to rekindle his childhood fascination with bees and sell honey to his neighbors in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He and his wife Luella were totally unaware this modest purchase would evolve into the largest independent honey packaging business in the country. Over the years, technological advancements have certainly enhanced Dutch Gold’s growth, and more importantly, the ability to meet customers’ needs. The Gamber family has always maintained that this growth be based upon the firm foundation of quality, integrity, and trust. Quality in products and service; integrity in the way we operate; and a mutual feeling of trust.

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