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Planet Bee Cider Case of 12

This fantastic product is made by one of the best cider producers in the country, Tom Oliver. This year, he scooped Best in Show at the Three Counties Cider Show. Planet Bee has been made in a traditional style and has produced a rich cider that has been bottled specially for Oddbins. Made in the westcountry county of Herefordshire, the fantastic quality fruit has produced a cider with great intensity and depth.




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What's In This Case

The decline of the honeybee is a serious issue in the UK and globally. Honeybees and wild pollinators play a crucial role in agriculture and food production. However, the current chemical-intensive agriculture model is threatening both, and thereby putting food supply at risk. If the decline continues the impact on agriculture is potentially catastrophic. This problem has been highlighted to the government and there is a big campaign among many environmental groups to raise awareness of this issue.

The Storey of the Planet Bee

• Planetbee aims to raise awareness amongst consumers about the plight of the bee
• Planetbee enables the consumer to take direct action to help as 25% of the profits from the sale of this cider will be donated to Friends of the Honey bee, an initiative funding research and educational programs helping to preserve and restore the bee populations so vital to our country’s ecosystem
• “Friends of the Honey Bee is a national campaign organised by the British Beekeepers Association. We are working hard to build a better future for Britain’s honey bees and other pollinators by planting more pollen-rich environments, encouraging others to plant for the bees and funding research”