A teenage entrepreneur’s love for bees is paying off, and his popular brand of honey might soon be available at a grocery store near you.
Fifteen-year-old Henry Miller just finished his freshman year of high school. He’s also the CEO of a honey company called Henry’s Humdingers, which will soon be available at PCC and Haggen Grocery stores.
“When I was a kid I saw myself doing something big,” Miller said.
Miller is well on his way, and his company has already made a name for itself by selling unique honey blends, such as the spicy Grumpy Grandpa blend.
Henry’s Stingers began four years ago, when Miller learned about colony collapse disorder wiping out the bee population.
Thin Energy is looking for a limited number of motivated business minded people
Jamberry Nails signature product, Jamberry Nail Shields, which are essentially stick-on nail art
Become part of the number one growth industry while securing your future with immediate and residual income
With 2,000 locations open or in development in 15 countries, Snap Fitness is the top choice
PromoSlam has a mission to develop real solutions for individuals and families