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Island Abbey Foods Ltd CEO John Rowe Has Been Awarded the 2013 Food Industry Leadership Award by Food in Canada Magazine
Date:2/22/2013

Product Launches… and much, much more.

About Island Abbey Foods Ltd.
Island Abbey Foods Ltd. is a natural health product and specialty food producer based in Prince Edward Island (PEI), Canada. We are a 6th generation PEI agricultural family business with our feet firmly planted in our Island's bright red soil (ideal for farming with its high iron and nutrient content). Honibe (hon-ee-bee) brand honey is our line of all natural, specialty honey products from PEI. Under our Honibe brand we offer innovative products like the Honey Drop, the worlds first 100% pure, no mess, solid honey: Honey To Go! We also have Honey Delights honey candies and suckers/lollipops, Honey Sprinkles granulated honey and Honey Lozenges with added menthol and eucalyptus for sore throat and nasal congestion relief.

For more information please visit us on the web at http://www.honibe.com or http://www.islandabbeyfoods.com

Sales Inquiries:
For National Regional Accounts please contact Crossmark http://www.crossmark.ca.
For Atlantic Canadian Accounts please contacts AMCA http://www.amca.ca.
If you are an independent or international customer, please contact us directly http://www.honibe.com.

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