A teaspoon of honey in every clear straw is the perfect portable snack and sweetener. And consider this: one straw contains the life's work of 12 honeybees. That's right. And nectar from more than 40,000 wildflowers! Honey straws are great for a quick taste of honey or a portable sweetener for your tea or coffee — and kids go nuts over them. Each package contains 8 straws. Founded by Laura Kimball and Jeff Otto, TruBee honey specializes in pure honey, native nectar sources and sustainable beekeeping practices. Their apiary is located in Arrington, Tenn., in the countryside just south of Nashville. They prefer to capture the essence of their region and season instead of confining their bees to a single-source diet, which isn’t healthy for the hives, their "free-range" bees are in places where they can forage tulip poplar, fruit blossoms and black locust in the spring, then feast on wildflowers, herbs and clover in the summer. Each jar of TruBee honey captures the taste of nature in a particular place and time. Given the changes in rainfall, sunshine and, of course, bloom time, the unique taste of each particular harvest may never be repeated again. No honey should be fed to infants 12 months or younger.