About Naturoney

A taste for honey

The Naturoney story began in 1990 when three Canadian beekeepers joined forces and combined their 4,500 beehives.


Sébastien Roy

Chief executive officer

Gabriel Hayes

Plant manager

Olivier Hayes

Director market Development and procurement

Nancy Jean

Customer service coordinator

Guylaine Marois

Quality director

About Naturoney

A golden future

Three beekeepers found Les Ruchers Promiel. The company eventually becomes a leader in the processing of honey in Canada. For the first 25 years, it markets its products under the brand Musée de l'Abeille. The public can learn about bees and honey production at the museum of the same name. In 2014, as part of a major expansion, Ruchers Promiel closes the museum and changes its name. Musée de l'Abeille honeys are now known under the name Naturoney.

In addition to Naturoney products, Les Ruchers Promiel also produces several private brands for different clients. The distribution network includes over 1,000 clients, from retailers to hotels, restaurants and processing companies in Canada, China, Hong Kong and Japan. Today, the Canadian company employees some 20 people at its facilities in Château-Richer in Quebec.

Packaging – It's a wrap

Our main activity is packaging honey, from small to large formats, destined for the bulk market and processing. We also produce private label products tailored to our client's markets.

It's all in the jar

Passionate and trusted beekeepers, who Naturoney has worked with for years, supply the honey. Once the honey arrives at the plant from various beehives around the world, it is packaged with cutting-edge equipment under the close supervision of the quality assurance department. Thanks to a rigorous process, we can trace the honey, from beehive to table. Clients not only know where their honey comes from, but also the first name of the beekeeper who produced it.

A certified Canadian company

Canada is well-regarded internationally for the quality of its honey. Naturoney is committed to adhering to stringent standards in order to meet its clients' demands. Our production plant and products respect the guidelines on honey established by the Canada Food Inspection Agency and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. We are certified by FSSC 22000, Écocert Canada and MK Pareve.