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What We Do

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Our Mission

Our mission is to restore health and beauty to our planet by producing the finest creamed honey on earth, so that we can generously invest profits from each jar to promoting regenerative agriculture.

Crème Royale is Honey on a Royal Mission.
Crème Royale is made with single-sourced honey, from beekeepers we know and trust. It’s never mixed, blended, diluted, or otherwise adulterated. We leave it the way nature made it.
Meet your beekeeper today by scanning the QR code on your jar.
Learn more about regenerative agriculture and our story here.

We support

These organizations do more for pollinator health and regenerative agriculture than any other organizations we know of. Dollar for dollar, the value these organizations produce in research, advocacy, and support for regenerative farming is unmatched. 

If you cannot enjoy a jar of Crème Royale today, consider supporting them directly.

Financial Support

Started by cancer research specialist Dr. Zach Bush – Farmer’s Footprint is a non-profit organization that recognizes the connection between a healthy environment (healthy soil) and healthy people. Their aim is to systematically address the epidemic of chronic diseases by bringing regenerative agriculture to mainstream farming. They have an emphasis on public education, and a support team that helps farmers transition to regenerative agriculture.


The Ecdysis Foundation is a national regenerative agriculture research organization started by USDA whistleblower Dr. Jonathan Lundgren, in response to the USDA suppressing his research revealing the detrimental effect many agrochemicals have on the environment. The foundation is active in providing solid scientific support to farmers switching to regenerative agriculture across America. They are also continuing to study the effects of commercial agrochemicals on our planet, challenging the bad science behind their use and approval.


Formed by the leading beekeepers in pollinator advocacy, the PSC has challenged more legislation for the safety of wild and domestic pollinators than any other organization in existence. Although their public footprint is still growing, they are second to none within the beekeeping industry for real pollinator advocacy – there are many lip-service pollinator groups that are not truly invested in pollinator health.


We strongly believe that bringing awareness of the acute, chronic, and epigenetic dangers associated with agrochemicals is what will bring regenerative agriculture mainstream.

We are in the process of producing several short (2 min) engaging videos that will demonstrate both good scientific research showing the dangers of agrochemicals in our food, and expose bad scientific ‘research’ demonstrating the same agrochemical’s safety.