Beehive Botanicals Gives 10% to Northwoods Humane Society

Beehive Botanicals CEO Linda Graham announced her northwest Wisconsin bee product and dietary supplement manufacturing company will donate 10% of its online sales during June to the Northwoods Humane Society.

Hayward, WI, June 11, 2008 --( Throughout the year, scholarships, fundraisers, library fund, arts council, Humane Society, Habitat for Humanity, environmental efforts—all have been important partners with Graham in her life work of making the world a better place.

“Beehive Botanicals believes in a different approach to business: One where people come before profits. We believe the earth is our greatest resource and do all we can to keep our environment clean and healthy. We believe the most gratifying form of corporate profit is the kind returned to people and the communities that make it possible,” Graham said.

Beehive Botanicals was started over 35 years ago by a remarkable man, Warren Ogren. His entrepreneurial spirit still lives in the company today as lead by his daughter and granddaughter, Linda and Michelle Graham, and business partner Sally Gagan. The company began as an exporter of bee propolis to several countries in Europe. Propolis is still is a cornerstone of sales; however, as time went on, customers demanded more services.

Today Beehive Botanicals is a leading supplier of bee pollen, bee propolis, royal jelly products and a GMP certified manufacturer of dietary supplements for clients worldwide.

Dedicated to Purity, Integrity and Quality since 1972
- The largest dealer of bee propolis in North America
- Good Manufacturing Practices (NSF) Certified
- A member of the American Botanical Council
- A member of the American Apitherapy Association
- A member of the American Herbal Products Association

Beehive Botanicals
Sally Gagan