I bought some bee pollen at a local market in Arlington TX (near Dallas TX) and it's called "Allen's 100% Natural Honey Bee Pollen Granules". It also reads "Packed by Allen's Apiories". Weatherford TX (30 miles west of Arlington and Dallas area.)
I looked them up and this is what I found.
Kelley Honey Farm’s merger in 2006, with Texas Best Honey and Allen Apiaries Honey, joined partners that have acquired over 100 years experience in both beekeeping and honey packing.
So the website if not very detailed, especially compared to your website. Can you tell by reading the info if this company produces good bee pollen? If not, what questions can I email them to find out?
I am going to take the bee pollen until I find out not to otherwise. I just hope I'm not taking it for no reason if it's not good bee pollen.
Texan who wants all the great health benefits that bee pollen has to offer!!!
Great question. Their site certainly makes them look legit and has enough detail to make me think that they aren't making things up. But, I would suggest emailing or calling them to find out where they source their pollen from as most beekeepers buy it and bottle it. You need to be set up to produce bee pollen so it is possible they are buying theirs from a bee pollen producer. It is important to know where that is! Also ask them how their bee pollen is handled after collection.
Post their response and I'll give you my opinion if you'd like.
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