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Aseda’s Wild Honey is pesticide free, insecticide free, Non GMO and gluten free. It’s a pure form of sugar that is processed directly into your body and will give you that sustainable energy that will last throughout the day. You will feel better, more energetic, fight off allergies and illnesses, and it will even help your skin look healthy and beautiful.

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Aseda’s story began in 2009 when Anthony Kirk went in search of the world’s best raw, organic and sustainable honey. Anthony’s quest eventually took him to Ghana, where he met Nana Kwasi Agyemang of the Ashanti-Twi tribe and his life would never be the same. After he met with the tribe, they shared their sacred dark rich honey with him, it was unlike any he had never tasted before. It was spectacular and to his pleasure it was pure, sustainable and harvested from the untouched regions of the Mole National Forest. He also became abundantly aware of the beautiful culture, which harvested it. After spending several weeks with the tribe, he learned much about kindness, sharing and gratitude. Having felt this in a way he’d never felt before he set out on a mission to spread the delicious honey and his new found ideals. He returned to Salt Lake City Utah and built a team of likeminded professionals, athletes and activists to help him in his mission. Aseda is more than honey, it’s a cause, a collective and foremost it’s about gratitude.


Aseda Raw Honey comes straight from Mole National Forest in Ghana. Founder Anthony Baron Kirk has formed a deep and lasting relationship with Nana Kwasi Agyemang of the Ashanti-Twi tribe. The honey is harvested and air-freighted in strict climate conditions, giving you the purest honey possible.


Aseda invests heavily in its' sustainable bee keeping projects in the remote Molé National Forest of Ghana, Africa. Aseda's work has directly impacted the indigenous bee population with positive impacts on ecology, local farming projects and bio-diversity. With over 5000 bee hives, 26 villages, numerous bee-keepers, carpenters and many other's partcipating from the community and surrounding villages, Aseda has created an industry and sustainable life way with the Gonjas and Dagomba ethnic groups.