Savannah bee company fine honey and body care joins taigan online shops
Founder Ted Dennard believes that bees live as people should live: naturally, symbiotically and in a manner that contributes positively to the world around them. This ideal forms the cornerstone of Savannah Bee Company’s business philosophy and corporate culture. Each batch of honey is individually tested to maintain the highest possible quality standards, filtered, then bottled without any processing or additives. All of Savannah Bee Company’s products are packaged in recyclable materials, comprised of the highest-possible recycled content, for least possible environmental impact.
“I’m confident that Savannah Bee Company offers the world’s finest pure honeys and all-natural body care products available. It’s my goal to share my passion for honeybees through education, premium beeswax-based body care, and bottling the most delicious honey you’ll ever taste. I hope you enjoy our products as much as we enjoy making them!” Ted Dennard, founder/beekeeper Savannah Bee Company and 2010 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist.
Business card slitter: With 83 percent of consumers shopping online at least once a week, according to Compete. com’s quarterly Online Shopper Intelligence Study Taigan helps bridge the gap between savvy online shoppers and specialty retailers with an e-commerce solution. Taigan has been a natural solution for many brick-and-mortar specialty retailers, anticipating a predicted uptick in online holiday spending.
Specialty retailers like the Savannah Bee Company are tapping into Taigan’s turnkey e-commerce solution to join an exclusive community of the best shops and products online; styled and edited by Creative Director Julia Reed.
About Savannah Bee Company and Founder Ted Dennard
Ted Dennard was first introduced to honey as a 12-year old boy when he met elderly beekeeper Roy Hightower. He kept bees throughout high school and college and taught beekeeping to village farmers in Central America during a tour with the Peace Corps after college. He traveled the world to see bees making manuka honey in New Zealand, rubber honey in Vietnam, logwood honey in Jamaica, heather honey in Ireland, and tilleul lavender honey of France. When he started selling his home-extracted Tupelo around town upon his return to Savannah in 1998, the word spread quickly. With his passion blossoming into a business, Ted quit his job, mortgaged his house, and put all his money into the venture-the Savannah Bee Company. 2010 finds Ted operating a 40,000 square foot warehouse on Wilmington Island, a bridge’s distance from the City of Savannah. Savannah Bee operates two retail stores, bottles two distinct lines of world-class honeys, and manufactures a luxury beeswax-based body care line.
A recent winner of the Retailer of Excellence Award in the Internet Innovation category, and named Technology Start-up of the Year, Taigan is recognized as the online shopping destination for a highly-curated collection of boutiques, designers and purveyors. Showcasing specialty retailers of women and men’s fashion, home decor, art, antiques, jewelry, gourmet food and wine and fine gifts, Taigan brings the best shops to your fingertips. For the shopper, the collector, the epicure… Taigan delivers an extraordinary and ever-expanding collection of shops and purveyors. Julia Reed delivers a collection of Elusive Finds, facts and profiles in Taigan’s fetch, Taigan’s online lifestyle magazine. Shopping is free, guests are asked to provide their email address to use the site’s messaging service with shops.