Honey Show to return with 3rd edition in Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia’s 3rd Annual Honey Show from 8 – 10 December 2023, supported by the OECS through the BioSPACE Project in collaboration with the Saint Lucia UNDP GEF Small Grants Programme.

Saint Lucia is set to host its 3rd annual honey show.
Saint Lucia is set to host its 3rd annual honey show.

Castries, Saint Lucia: OECS (Organization of Eastern Caribbean States) is set to host Saint Lucia’s 3rd Annual Honey Show from December 8-10, 2023.

The honey show is supported by the BioSpace Project in collaboration with the country’s UNDP (United Nations Development Program) GEF Small Grants Programme.

Schedule and Venue of Show

  • December 8-9, 2023 (Friday and Saturday)

Venue: Constitution Park, Castries, Saint Lucia

Receiving Entries for the Honey Competition

Vending of Honey Products

  • December 10, 2023 (Sunday)

Venue: Rodney Bay Marina, Rodney Bay in Saint Lucia

10:00 am – Introduced timing for the event

3:00 pm- Results of the Competition

6:00 pm- Closing Ceremony

Key events of Honey Show

  1. Exhibition
  2. Honey Tasting
  3. Honey Competition

The three-day event will start daily at 9 am, and the honey producers will be judged on the quality of their honey products in various categories and levels.

The people of Saint Lucia are excited about this upcoming honey show as it attracts beekeepers from all over the world to compete for the much-coveted trophies and prize cards.

Notably, this time, the show is going to be bigger and better than past shows because this year, they are expanding the competition to include beekeepers from all over the Eastern Caribbean.

Show categories

– Honey in Jar

– Bees Wax

– Baking with Honey

– Honey Cocktail

– Art and Photography

– Most points in the show

– Best in show (Challenge Cup)

It is to be noted that Bee Natural Products will be available for sale at Saint Lucia’s 3rd annual Honey Show. Bee Natural is filling up a few new entries for non-honey products.

Individuals from across Saint Lucia gathered to showcase the innovation in products and bi-products of honey coming out of the apiculture industry in Saint Lucia.

The government is committed to assisting the Saint Lucian beekeepers in their efforts to strengthen the resilience and capacity of the country’s apiculture industry.