FAQ

Is honey good for infants? Where does it come from?

Raw Honey is not recommended for infants 1 years old or younger. Their systems are not able to properly digest the product. The honey comes from a company in Minot, North Dakota and Turtle Lake, North Dakota. The company from Minot, belongs to the Pride of Dakota products.

How to decrystallize honey.

You can put your honey into a pot of hot water and let it sit for a couple of hours stirring occasionally. It is recommended for the water temperature to be between 95 and 110 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature will keep from harming the beneficial enzymes and other properties found in raw honey. (We recommend that you do not microwave honey to decrystallize it.)

Can I stain my chest or crates?

Yes we coat them with 2 coats of Natural Danish wood oil and let them dry for over 72 hours prior to packaging.

Where does the coffee come from?

The coffee comes from a company in Bismarck, North Dakota called Coffee Cravers. The flavors are Breakfast Brew (mild blend), Colombian Supremo (medium blend), Full City Colombian (stronger blend) and Norwegian Blend (mixed blend). This company belongs to the Pride of Dakota products.

Where does the tea come from?

The tea comes from a company in Bismarck and West Fargo, North Dakota called Steep Me A Cup Of Tea. They are oolong and rooibos teas that we offer in a variety of rich flavors. This company belongs to the Pride of Dakota products.

Where does the jams and jelly come from?

The jams and jelly come from a company in Jamestown, North Dakota called Berry Dakota. The flavors we provide in our gift boxes are Buffalo Berry, Chokecherry, Chokecherry/Rhubarb, Crab Apple, Honeyberry, Juneberry, Raspberry/Rhubarb, Rhubarb and Wild Plum. This company belongs to the Pride of Dakota products.

Where does the wood come from?

The wood we use comes from a family owned company in Wisconsin. The reclaimed wood we use comes from business around where we live.

Do we have licenses to create our Military products?

Yes we have been licensed and can create items from the following Branches of the United States Military:

“Official Crafter of the Navy; License Number HOB-NLPO-TART01”

“Official Hobbyist of the USMC; License Number 21190”

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