The Honey Project empowers teen entrepreneurs - 01/14/2008 - MiamiHerald.com: "The Honey Project is a nonprofit entity that sells organic honey from Africa to people in the United States. The students charge about $20 for a 12-ounce jar to help raise money for the village in Agogo, Ghana, where the honey is produced.
The company plans to evolve into a for-profit entity in about six months, Burrell said. The project has funded about 100 bee hives in Agogo, and hopes to eventually double that number. The hives have only been there for about six months, so while the students wait for the mass amounts of honey to be shipped over from Agogo, they soft launched by selling organic honey from Zambia, which is shipped in from Ohio. So far they've made about $7,000 in revenue."
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