On March 15th, 2020 - after only 3 months of business, Honey closed its doors to help slow the spread of the novel Corona Virus.  Honey stands in solidarity with our healthcare workers, our at-risk populations, and the greater global community.  

    As a woman-owned and operated local small business, quarantine has proven both financially and emotionally challenging.  I poured every part of myself into launching and birthing Honey as a community hub.  Honey is going on its 6th empty week, without any government guidance on what lies ahead.  Honey continued supporting its staff as most of them did not qualify for unemployment.  I have applied for numerous small business relief packages in hopes to remain afloat for however long this may last.  

The future of the food and beverage industry is still uncertain.  As protocols shift, we are humbly asking for support so that we may once again provide delicious and healthful beverages!

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Jocasta Hanson has 20+ years of work experience in the restaurant industry.  She has a natural and educated understanding of people, and her life’s purpose is ignited by transpersonal psychology.

Jocasta spent the last decade dedicated to her own personal path of healing, a majority of that time focused solely on her severe chronic spinal injury. She immersed herself in spiritual and health culture, and found her own direction by discerning between what actually heals and what is an over-marketed trend. She found that ‘health’ is multi-faceted and complex.

 

When presented with the opportunity to start a business, she looked at all the areas and experiences of her past to bring to life her passion and belief in what heals:

Mental Health, Community, Nutrition, Comfort/Safety, Dedication/Discipline, Art, Music, Accountability, Mindfulness, Physical Activity/Movement, Nature, Purpose, and Giving Back.

 

Honey is her valiant effort at creating a space in which all of these things are present and shared with others.

Jo envisioned Honey as a hub for healing; where conscious consumption and community connection are the foundation on which she built a fun, funky, and full-sensory ‘bar’ experience. 

 

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