We are a family-owned business and we've been keeping bees for over two generations.
We always harvest honey from our beehives when the bees have sealed the honey in their honeycomb.
We also migrate and stabilize our beehives away from polluted areas. Most of our beehives are located near forest areas.
We use food-grade equipment during beekeeping, honey harvesting, and honey storage.
We only use raw honey for packing, and our packed honey is unheated, unprocessed, and not micro-filtered.
Our honey is naturally sourced from different flowers, without any mixing of artificial flavors, colors, or odors.
Our honey is naturally made by bees through their hard work and dedication. Bees collect nectar from different flowers and turn it into delicious honey through a process of regurgitation and evaporation. We let the bees do what they do best and simply extract the honey from their hives without adding any artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives
Honey is used a lot in Ayurvedic and Unani medicine, so we have pledged ourselves that no one should be deprived of Ayurvedic benefits because of adulterated honey.
Our honey is pure and unadulterated. We do not use any preservatives, artificial colors, or flavors in our honey. This ensures that our honey is natural and healthy, and that it retains all of its natural flavor and nutritional value.
This is a practice where beekeepers only feed their bees with honey, instead of other sweeteners or substitutes. This helps to ensure the health and well-being of the bees, as well as the quality of the honey they produce.
We do not use antibiotics in our beekeeping practices, and our honey is carefully harvested to ensure that it is pure and uncontaminated. You can enjoy our honey with complete peace of mind, knowing that it is completely free from any harmful additives or chemicals.
Once upon a time, there was a man facing unemployment in the year 2000. One day, while browsing through an Entrepreneurship Development magazine, he stumbled upon the earnings from beekeeping and was intrigued. He decided to take training and wrote a letter expressing his interest. Soon, he was trained in a three-day camp held in Alwar, Rajasthan. One day, two brothers from Roharu town in Himachal Pradesh came to his village to see the side of mustard crop for beekeeping. They got their bee boxes kept in his farm, and he started taking training. With constant hard work, soon, there were 250 boxes alone. Then he started working in partnership with his friends and delivered up to 1200 boxes. After several ups and downs, he insisted on beekeeping, and this time his son joined him in this endeavor. They started selling their beehive natural and raw bee products under their brand name SHAHADWALE. The brand gained immense popularity and soon made its journey from a shop to digital. After learning beekeeping from him, some unemployed youths started their own beekeeping businesses, earning well and even creating job opportunities. The business also provided an opportunity to travel from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, meet people from different cultures, and learn new languages. Today, SHAHADWALE is a well-known brand that provides top-notch quality honey to the customers. Their journey is a story of hard work, perseverance, and success, inspiring many to pursue their dreams and follow their passion.