Team DeeBee’s is seriously ready for the hot summer which is why we need a thirst quench! You’ve probably heard of strawberry lemonade, but did you know you can use our DeeBee’s Organics FruitPops in your drinks? It can be as simple or as intricate as you’d like it to be- from dipping a DeeBee’s Organics Strawberry Harvest Fruit Pop into a glass of lemonade to blending multiple flavors of our FruitPops into a glass of sparking water or lemonade and adding your favorite garnish! Here’s a recipe to try out! Ingredients: (serving size 1 person) 1 DeeBee’s Organic Strawberry Harvest Fruit Pop 3-5 oz of preferred vodka 1 freshly squeezed lemon 1 sliced strawberry 3 cups sparkling water (club soda works too) 1 slice of lemon for garnish       Steps: Start by putting the frozen Fruit Pop in the glass. This will give it

There might be some confusion around pesticides. Are they all evil? Are they nothing to be worried about?  At times, there are chemicals that are allowed onto the market before their impacts are understood- in other words, before the chemicals affect our health and environment years or even decades down the road. Today, the science is black and white that low levels of exposure to these chemicals can be detrimental to human health- especially children of farmers. First things first, we need to ask ourselves: What are pesticides? Pesticides are the substances used to ward off unwanted pests such as bugs, rodents, weeds and fungal pests. Pesticides are broken down in to four broad categories Insecticide: A chemical that kills unwanted pests and insects by getting inside an insect’s body where they then act like poison- known as dermal entry. They can

Learn how to make Gluten-Free Chocolate Sauce at home with clean ingredients! Drizzle this delicious sauce over DeeBee's Berries and Cherries FruitPops for a treat or serve them at your next party! Follow us on Instagram: @deebeesorganics [embedyt][/embedyt]   Purchase DeeBee’s Superfruit Freezies online here: USA: Canada: Interested in contests, coupons and the latest news at DeeBee’s?  Sign up to become a DeeBee’s Pops Star!

DeeBee's Organics product line has evolved from the original Teapops to the internationally recognized product line that includes Organic FruitPops and SuperFruit Freezies.   [embedyt][/embedyt]   Purchase DeeBee’s Superfruit Freezies online here: USA: Canada: Interested in contests, coupons and the latest news at DeeBee’s?  Sign up to become a DeeBee’s Pops Star!

Organic FruitPops in a cocktail? Yes! Use your DeeBee's Raspberry Citrus FruitPops to make this tasty cocktail. Omit the bourbon and triple sec to make it kid-friendly. Check us out on Instagram @deebeesorganics [embedyt][/embedyt]   Purchase DeeBee’s Superfruit Freezies online here: USA: Canada: Interested in contests, coupons and the latest news at DeeBee’s?  Sign up to become a DeeBee’s Pops Star!

Get Spooky with this Halloween cocktail that uses DeeBee's Organics SuperFruit Freezies. DeeBee’s Organics’ Super Fruit Freezies are the first 100% organic, freeze-at-home juice bar that has no added sugars, artificial flavours, colours or preservatives. In each bag you’ll get three delicious flavours the whole family will enjoy – Tropical, Strawberry and Grape! [embedyt][/embedyt] Purchase DeeBee's Superfruit Freezies online here: USA: Canada: Interested in contests, coupons and the latest news at DeeBee's?  Sign up to become a DeeBee's Pops Star!             Check us out on Instagram @deebeesorganics

Each year, millions of Americans have allergic reactions to food. Although most food allergies cause relatively mild and minor symptoms, some food allergies can cause severe reactions and may even be life-threatening. The Top 8 most common allergens are milk, eggs, peanuts, wheat, soy, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish. These foods account for about 90% of all food allergies in the United States and must be declared on any processed food according to the USA food allergen labeling act (FALCPA)1. Additionally, labeling of the Top 8 is mandatory according to EU, Canadian, Japanese and Australian / New Zealand regulations. Allergic consumers may accidentally encounter these foods as several of the Top 8 allergens are often used in processed products and can be "hidden". FALCPA’s labeling requirements do not apply to the potential or unintentional presence of major food allergens in foods resulting

We hear the term "non-GMO" on a daily basis, but do we really know what it means to be GMO-free? Or even what a GMO is? GMOs are Genetically Modified Organisms. This refers to plants, animals, bacteria, or viruses that have had their DNA, or genetic code, modified through artificial means. This is not the same as selective breeding in plants or animals, and does not produce the same kind of results. The process of inserting a new genetic sequence is inherently difficult to control and outcomes may manifest in unexpected ways. It used to be thought that one gene would code for one protein, however there are many more types of proteins than there are genes, so this simplistic idea isn’t true. Determining which genes are activated, so to speak, and are allowed to produce their proteins and carry out their

At DeeBee’s Organics we are very proud to say that our products contain no artificial anything - this means no artificial sweeteners, colours, or dyes. We read labels, and we believe a label shouldn't take longer to digest than your food. Ingredients shouldn't be impossible to pronounce and they shouldn't be questionable - they should be real, and they should be healthy. Fortunately, all food additives are required to obtain the FDA approval of “GRAS” (Generally Recognised As Safe) which requires: Under sections 201(s) and 409 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (the Act), any substance that is intentionally added to food is a food additive, that is subject to premarket review and approval by FDA, unless the substance is generally recognized, among qualified experts, as having been adequately shown to be safe under the conditions of its intended use,

The Hebrew word kosher means "fit," and kosher laws define the foods that are fit for consumption for those Jewish people who keep kosher and follow kosher laws. If you're not Jewish, you may have a basic knowledge of the kosher laws: no pork, no shellfish, no mixing meat and dairy. For the general public, we likely take fleeting notice of the 'K' stamp on our packaged foods, but for those who are Jewish and keep kosher, these certifications ⎯ and what they represent ⎯ can make the difference between "yes" and "no" at the grocery store. The kosher market is approximately 10 million strong, two million of which are Jewish while the remaining eight million eat kosher for religious (Muslims), idealistic (vegans and vegetarians) or health reasons. Kosher food falls under three kosher categories: meat, dairy or parve (pareve). To put it simply, kosher meat is meat which is deemed clean, has been slaughtered according