Latest News | 10 May 2022

Sweet gesture to help the environment

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Honey producer Littleover Apiaries has announced that its operations are now carbon negative.

The business, which is one of the UK’s leading producers and suppliers of English honey, has introduced a number of measures to ensure it has a positive impact on the environment.

With the backing of its founders Tony and Jan Spacey, who also own The Cigar Lounge and Midlands Wild Meat, the business has bought land on which it will plant more than 10,000 trees.

Once the woodland has become established, the land will be run as an educational nature reserve.

And in a further effort to put something back into the community, the Spacey Family Trust has been established.

The registered charity will provide cash grants to young people from poorer backgrounds for educational or personal advancement purposes.

In a statement, the business, which recently achieved the SALSA food safety standard, said: “We will always put our money where our mouths are and continue to put something back into the community, rather than indulge in TV advertising to tell you how good we are!”

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