Archive for November, 2021

Good NEWS! Fresh Fruit is BACK! New items in stock, and MORE to Come for CHRISTMAS–

I am so thrilled! After a month of no truck-driver for this Rocky Mountain route, we now have one! We’ll have more of the great organic fruits to pair with Lloyd Craft Farms organically raised veggies…as well as new stock of fresh ginger and turmeric roots, Organic Litehouse Ranch Dressing, Valued Naturals imported Black Licorice, Hazelnuts and Cashews, a restocked Pom Pistachio display case…and Organic Bananas, Pink Lady Apples, Garlic, Yams, 5 oz bags of Baby Spinach… More Avocados, Oranges, Lemons, Limes, and Grapefruit! 🙂 In stock from The Farm: Fresh cabbage (Red and Green, Flat and Round), Broccoli in 1# bags, last of the Cauliflower and Romanesco and Celery, Potatoes and Onions, Brussels sprouts, Winter Squash of all sizes and colors, and Carrots–and soon to arrive Red Beets…

One minor change–Fresh Produce Day is changed from Thursday to FRIDAY. The truck will deliver Thursday, we will work and prep it for Friday sales! Door opens at 10:00 a.m.

Other good news–we now have a beautiful gold case full of Starshine Artworks necklaces: Crafted from Imported Glass Beads, Gem Stones, and Freshwater Pearls. Priced for your gift-giving needs this holiday season: $30 to $67.50. Star is a local artist that does beautiful work! Come and check it out.

Also, we are expecting our gemstones from Paradise Rocks, and we made a Thanksgiving trip to Colorado and shopped for a few fun display case items. Those should be set up by the end of the week with prices and fun options for folks of all ages!

We have our eyes open for great ideas for Christmas gifts and baskets…more information to follow. Take care, be safe but live fully, and stop in and visit…shop local to keep your money circulating within your community…and Bee Healthy to be happy, and Happy to be healthy! (Or as our tech guy coined, “BeeHealthy4Ever”–)

Yours Truly– Terri and Liz @ Bee Healthy, 635 Big Horn Ave., Worland, in the great state of WYOMING!

Save The Date– Saturday, November 27th–Black Friday Saturday…

Sound confusing? I guess I should have called it Black Saturday…the day after Black Friday…and WHAT does ‘Black’ mean exactly, as in “Black Friday”? A quick internet search found all sorts of ‘roots’, but the most recent (and logical to the retailing business) is the day after Thanksgiving, the official first day of shopping for the Christmas holidays! Another detail I found was as an accounting reference…red numbers are days where the retailer loses money and black numbers are days the retailer makes money…thus a great day for holiday buys where the consumer saves money and the merchant makes money!

So Black Saturday it is–you save 10% storewide (except for the new fine Starshine Artiworks jewelry in the gold display case), and we move a lot of inventory to make room for more…and we do have a small store stuffed with great stuff!

Gift ideas: Candles, Queen Bee Honey Candies and Caramels, Journals and Day-timers, Artisan Made note cards (Denise, Star, and Jeni), Incense and Essential Oils (couple of glass diffusers on hand, a wood tower diffuser, and more coming for the holidays), Foaming Bath Packets and Bubble baths, wide selection of teas and teaspoon infusers, as well as good fixings for a Kitchen Gift Basket, or anyother you might have in mind (we’ll help you create it!).

We will be closed Thursday and Friday for time with our families. We’ll be open Saturday at 10:00 am for the BLACK Friday SATURDAY, so set the day aside and come and see us–Bee Healthy, 635 Big Horn Ave, Worland, Wyoming


AND don’t forget about the fresh celery for your homemade stuffing, locally grown potatoes and onions, and freshly harvested Brussels Sprouts…all for your Thanksgiving dinner! Pick these up Tuesday and Wednesday– open at 10:00, close at 5:30. 🙂


As the weather turns the garden still gives!  FRESH Broccoli and Broccolini—picked them myself Monday… and FRESH cabbage—The Farmer will pick them after he gets that last bit of hay baled!   Still available—the last of the cauliflower, bagged and whole heads, several heads of white and Flamestar yellow/orange.  More large, sweet Sugarsnax carrots, and smaller Rainbow carrots—pastel colors but just as sweet!  All this in addition to our locally grown dried onions, potatoes, and a variety of winter squashDelicata, Acorn, Kabocha, Hubbard, Spaghetti, and Red Kuri. Don’t forget about the fresh harvest Redwing onions in the fridge (bottom shelf, right side)–

Fresh (and recently fresh) veggies are the first step to your Health! Add to that Healthy proteins and fats, nuts and foods abundant in micronutrients, non-inflammatory snacks, get sufficient sleep, and lots of good waters, including herbal teas and tonics!  WE’VE GOT THEM ALL!!

“Let thy food be thy medicine…” accredited to Hippocrates (wise, old dude from ancient civilization in Greece, 450 BC)

Shop daily 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Closed Sunday’s to rest—)  635 Big Horn Ave. Worland.  

**Watch for the new artisan jewelry…golden glass case set up and complete by Thursday! Freshwater pearls, glass and imported beads, and some stunning stoneware pieces. Great gifts and the finishing touch for your holiday outfit–

Thursday FRESH Produce–and…

Thursday is Fresh Produce day at Bee Healthy!…Locally grown @Lloyd Craft Farms, Worland, WYOMING–

In the glass cooler: Fresh Celery (tender and sweet), last of the Poblano peppers and Jalapeno’s, last of the Green and Orange Bell peppers…Fresh red onions (not dried down, store in the fridge) and storage onions (dried down, store in the pantry), Romanesco (Green Broccoli/Cauliflower heads) and lots of white heads of Cauliflower (we call it Bishop). Also, Cauliflower Mix (purple, white, and orange) in 1# bags, lots of Green Cabbage as we head into the fall season (braised sausage and cabbage, Cabbage and Kielbasa, fermented cabbage–2 weeks to make and 10 weeks to enjoy!) Huckleberry Gold (purple outside, yukon inside!) and Satina Potatoes. Best Selection Thursday through Saturday–

CSA News— Last Share of the Season for the second group of Leap-Froggers! Pick up Thurday, November 4th, at Bee Healthy, 635 Big Horn Ave. Store hours– 10:00 am to 5:30 (5:00 on Saturday’s)

Box contents: Celery, Poblano peppers, Cauliflower and Romanesco, bag of Broccoli (Surprise from the garden!), 3# Satina potatoes, fresh Red Onion, Acorn Squash, and 1# bag Cosmic carrots. TEXT 431-1219 if you’ll be picking up Friday or Saturday–

THANKS for a GREAT SEASON–watch for the notice of the start up of the winter box program in January!