Honey warrants more serious official attention – beekeeper

Not for the first time, Guyana’s apiculture sector is making a case for a more generous measure of official attention. Honey production may not offer the Guyana economy the same returns as the gold-mining sector, but Linden Stewart, whose professional pursuits are built entirely around the honey industry, is convinced that honey and other bee products can “make a difference” by providing considerable levels of employment and securing significant earnings from the export market.

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