Honeyville casts net to keep up

Honeyville casts net to keep up

Business surpassed its limited local supply long ago, now looks to Rocky Mountain region
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Danny Culhane, president of Honeyville, pauses next to barrels of raw honey shipped to the plant north of Durango from suppliers in the area.
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Honey is added to a batch of raspberry whipped honey.
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Nick Blackburn attaches a label to a freshly bottled jar of raspberry whipped honey.
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Danny Culhane, president of Honeyville, inspects rows of honey products in the shipping area of the plant north of Durango.
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Kevin Culhane watches as raspberry whipped honey is bottled in the production room at Honeyville, north of Durango.
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Boxes of Honeyville’s blackberry jam are stacked in the shipping area.
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Raspberry whipped honey being bottled in the production room.
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Danny Culhane, president of Honeyville, explains the process of producing honey from the bottling room of the plant north of Durango.
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Danny Culhane, president of Honeyville, displays a jar of one of the company’s newest products, honey caramel.
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