Where To Buy Our Honey


Our all-natural, local raw honey can be purchased at the following retailers and locations:


Tricycle Gardens


Church Hill location

2314 Jefferson Ave.

Richmond, VA 23223



RVA’s Urban Farm location

900 Bainbridge St.

Richmond, VA 23223




Mack Brothers

Monday thru Friday  10:00AM - 4:00PM *Cash Only*

6108 Bluff Rd.

Hopkins, SC 29061

*Map Location*



Farmers In The Forest Farmers Market


Hours:  Wednesdays ONLY 2:00P - 5:30PM -- *Cash Only*

*Market Season:  First Wednesday in April thru the Wednesday before Thanksgiving Day*

2089 N. Beltline Boulevard  Columbia, SC  29204    **Under the Big Tent , next to ACE Hardware right behind Richland Fashion Mall*

*Map Location*



The Fresh Produce Market

Pickup Hours:  Tuesdays and Thursdays   10:00AM  -
3:00PM  -- * Cash Only*
*Near the Veterans Hospital on Garner's Ferry Road  *
*Map of Location*
NOTE:  Call the day before to place your order and schedule a pickup time


Products That Improve BOTH Your Health & Daily Lifestyles

East Coast Honey & Eco Tours

TO:  East Coast Honey & Eco Tours T/A EastCoastHoney.com


623 N. Third St. 

Richmond, VA 23219


Phone: 1-888-440-5397
Email: ECHoney11@gmail.com


Or Use Our CONTACT US Form

Why Use Honey Instead?


As a very delicious food, honey is the perfect choice for many who

are interested in maintaining better health from a very natural source.


From your own GOOGLE search (Health Benefits of Honey) preview the following info outlining the many benefits of raw, unfiltered honey produced from local sources:

  • Prevent cancer and heart disease: Honey contains flavonoids, antioxidants which help reduce the risk of some cancers and heart disease
  • Reduce ulcers and other gastrointestinal disorders
  • Anti-bacterial and anti-fungal
  • Increase athletic performance
  • Reduce cough and throat irritation

Again, don't just take our word, do your own research to learn about the many benefits of the most natural and beneficial food on planet earth.  


In fact, honey has been used by humans for many thousands of years dating all the way back to Ancient African Egyptian Pharoahs and craftsmen and long before then.

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