Pays-d’Enhaut Beekeeping Society

Description

The Pays-d’Enhaut Beekeeping Society proudly holds more than 20 members in Rougemont, Rossinière, L’Etivaz and Château-d’Oex.

This society was formed by a group of beekeepers who shared a passion for this ‘sweet’ venture. The society works together to promote and ensure the quality of their products and organize meetings to inform fellow beekeepers of any new techniques. Mountain honey is produced in alpine regions with altitudes between 800 and 1800 meters. Depending on where the beehives are located one can distinguish the taste of different mountain flowers such as dandelions and other mountainous flowers. Bees are extremely sensitive to pollution and beekeepers keep a close eye on their bee’s behavior in order to control pollution levels in mountainous regions. The Pays-d’Enhaut Beekeeping Society ensures quality products created in harmony with nature, therefore enabling their honey to wear the Authentic Products label.

List of beekeepers who have checked their honey to obtain the Pays-d'Enhaut label, Authentic Products, year 2020: - François Andrey, Route de la Gruyère 45, 1660 Les Moulins, +41 (0)26 924 52 30 - Olivier Gerber, Route de la Gare 14, 1658 Rossinière, +41 (0)79 443 96 93 - Robert Grunenwald, Route de Flendruz 63, 1659 Flendruz, +41 (0)26 925 88 82 - Alexandre Henchoz, Route des Mosses 15, 1660 Château-d'Œx, +41 (0)26 924 69 21 - Jacques Linder, Route de Sonlomont 24, 1660 Les Moulins, +41 (0)026 924 42 45 - Eric Rossier, Route Sous-Charrière 19, 1659 Flendruz, +41 (0)26 924 64 33 - Sylvain Roy, Chemin du Brunet 11, 1660 Les Moulins, +41 (0)79 636 07 28 - Albert Sumi, Route des Monts-Chevreuils 33, 1660 Les Moulins, +41 (0)26 924 42 26 - Pierre-Alexandre Yersin, Route du Vieux Couvent 50, 1659 Flendruz, +41 (0)26 925 89 45

The Pays-d’Enhaut Beekeeping Society proudly holds more than 20 members in Rougemont, Rossinière, L’Etivaz and Château-d’Oex.

This society was formed by a group of beekeepers who shared a passion for this ‘sweet’ venture. The society works together to promote and ensure the quality of their products and organize meetings to inform fellow beekeepers of any new techniques. Mountain honey is produced in alpine regions with altitudes between 800 and 1800 meters. Depending on where the beehives are located one can distinguish the taste of different mountain flowers such as dandelions and other mountainous flowers. Bees are extremely sensitive to pollution and beekeepers keep a close eye on their bee’s behavior in order to control pollution levels in mountainous regions. The Pays-d’Enhaut Beekeeping Society ensures quality products created in harmony with nature, therefore enabling their honey to wear the Authentic Products label.

List of beekeepers who have checked their honey to obtain the Pays-d'Enhaut label, Authentic Products, year 2020: - François Andrey, Route de la Gruyère 45, 1660 Les Moulins, +41 (0)26 924 52 30 - Olivier Gerber, Route de la Gare 14, 1658 Rossinière, +41 (0)79 443 96 93 - Robert Grunenwald, Route de Flendruz 63, 1659 Flendruz, +41 (0)26 925 88 82 - Alexandre Henchoz, Route des Mosses 15, 1660 Château-d'Œx, +41 (0)26 924 69 21 - Jacques Linder, Route de Sonlomont 24, 1660 Les Moulins, +41 (0)026 924 42 45 - Eric Rossier, Route Sous-Charrière 19, 1659 Flendruz, +41 (0)26 924 64 33 - Sylvain Roy, Chemin du Brunet 11, 1660 Les Moulins, +41 (0)79 636 07 28 - Albert Sumi, Route des Monts-Chevreuils 33, 1660 Les Moulins, +41 (0)26 924 42 26 - Pierre-Alexandre Yersin, Route du Vieux Couvent 50, 1659 Flendruz, +41 (0)26 925 89 45

Duration

People usually spend 10 minutes here.

Contact Information

Société d'apiculture du Pays-d'Enhaut
Location
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