GloryBee, Expert in Honey and Natural Food Ingredients, Expands Operation
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EUGENE, Ore. - CuisineWire -- GloryBee, in the business of honey and premium ingredients since 1975, is expanding. Building upon previous investments in infrastructure, production, and distribution, GloryBee will double its production capacity in Eugene moving from its current location on Seneca Rd. to a 78,000 SF space on Irving Rd., formerly inhabited by PakTech.

"GloryBee has been expanding its operations these past few years and this move is a strategic step to invest further in R&D and production capabilities," said Alan Turanski, President and 2nd generation beekeeper at GloryBee. "This new location provides the opportunity to create a custom build-out of production equipment to really up-scale our process and further innovate in the world of honey. We're excited to position GloryBee for significant growth and development for years to come."

GloryBee's move from Seneca to Irving Rd. will grow production capability from 20 million to 50 million pounds of honey annually. Facilities in the Midwest, established earlier this summer, further expanded GloryBee's footprint across the US providing production and access to product in the Midwest and East coast.

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"We're so pleased to continue to invest in the community where we got started," said Turanski.

"Lane County and our Eugene location have proven to have great proximity to rail, trucking routes, and to provide centralized access to Washington and California."

GloryBee will officially move into its new space on Irving Road in January of 2023.

About GloryBee
GloryBee is a honey packer and natural foods company founded in 1975 by beekeepers. Based in the Pacific Northwest, GloryBee has production facilities on the West Coast and in the Mid-West providing nationwide access to premium products. We supply high-quality, ethically sourced ingredients that nourish people and the planet, and we believe in using business as a force for good. We are inspired by a love for beekeeping and as such, started SAVE the BEE in 2012 to bring awareness, education, and funding to critical issues affecting the livelihood of bees. For more information, please visit, and

Lisa MacMaster

Source: GloryBee
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