Welcome to the Share a little Sweetness Tour

We’re taking our honey on the road through the beautiful Aloha State. See where we’re stopping with the tour schedule below, then follow our blog and social media to stay up to date with tour happenings.

Sioux Honey

Sure, you could grab our honey from a shelf. But that’s not nearly as sweet.

We’ll be visiting farmers’ markets and grocery stores all over Hilo and Honolulu, Hawaii. Our challenge: try to make summer sweeter for those affected by Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano. Our answer: build community partnerships and add honey.

How can you help? Visit one of our upcoming produce food drives or donate online. With your help, we’ll work to make every day a little sweeter.

Where we're stopping

Jun 23 Hilo Farmers Market Hilo, HI
6am to 12pm
Jun 27 Hilo Farmers Market Hilo, HI
6am to 12pm
Jun 28 Foodland Ewa Beach Ewa Beach, HI
11am to 2pm
Jun 28 Foodland Waipio Waipahu, HI
4pm to 7pm
Jun 29 Foodland Pupukea Haleiwa, HI
10am to 1pm
Jun 30 Foodland Beretania Honolulu, HI
11am to 2pm
Jun 30 Foodland Farms Ala Moana Honolulu, HI
4pm to 7pm
Jun 30 Hilo Farmers Market Hilo, HI
6am to 12pm

See the sweetness being shared

Use our hashtags #ShareSweetness and #SueBeeHelpsHawaii to see your own tweet, Instagram or other social post here. Go ahead, share with us how you’re sharing sweetness, we’ll love it.

Updates from the Road

How can you share a little sweetness?

Plant a wildflower garden. Volunteer at The Food Basket. Make a batch of Honey Oatmeal Drops and bring them to a neighbor. Mail a sweet note to someone far away (you know they’d love to hear from you). Here are some ideas starters. Then share your “random act of sweetness” using the hashtag #ShareSweetness.

Looking for more ways to use honey? Visit SueBee.com to find more than 1,000 recipes and learn about using honey as sunscreen, shampoo, sore throat remedies and pet treats.

Share a little sweetness




The Share Sweetness team is back in action and on the road, bringing a little extra sweetness to the great state of Hawai’i. We’re sharing free Sue Bee honey samples and tasty honey recipe ideas across the big island over the next couple of weeks. In addition, we’ll be donating honey to the Food Basket and collecting other donations to forward on to relief efforts to help those displaced by the lava flows.

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Share Sweetness

The Sioux Honey Association co-op began nearly 100 years ago by beekeepers with a passion for pure, honest honey. That passion remains today, and every Sioux Honey brand – Aunt Sue’s, Sue Bee and Organic – is held to the standards set in 1921, standards our hundreds of independent beekeepers have helped us keep. Together we continue to share a little sweetness by educating consumers on bee-friendly behaviors, sharing recipes, and of course, delivering that same, delicious honey.

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Looking to connect with us?

We love hearing from you, so go ahead and send us a note. Email us at sweet@siouxhoney.com.