GloryBee is committed to ensuring our business operates with purpose and makes a significant impact in our community and our industry.
In the early days, sustainability was a means to an end - it helped us save money and create efficiencies. Over time, we've learned how vital stewarding our resources for the next generation is in today's business world and we are committed to doing our part.
GloryBee became a Certified B Corporation in 2016 because we believe that our business can be a force for good and inspire change for the better. Being a Certified B Corporation means that we meet the rigorous global standards of social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability.
To us this is much more than just a stamp of approval. Maintaining our B Corp status challenges us to improve our business practices and decision making to continually consider how we are engaging and inspiring our employees and customers, mitigating our environmental impacts, and being a force for good in our community.
GloryBee is an expert in honey and other natural ingredients. We pride ourselves on sourcing the purest, ethically sourced products, securing important certifications like True Source, Non-GMO Verified and Organic, as well as adhering to a stringent food safety and QA regimen.
The sun generates 11% of our power
75% of our products are Organic or Non-GMO
GloryBee scored 92% on our 2022 SQF audit
For GloryBee, there are a number of ways we, as a committed business, can help our planet. It starts with our sourcing partnerships and ensuring we work with farms and co-ops that are ethical and committed to sustainability, compliance, and human and labor rights practices. Once product completes its run through the supply chain, our commitment is to divert waste, minimize water use, leverage solar power, and steward our resources as best we can.
Our people are our greatest asset and we are proud to retain key staff and invest in their development.
45% of employees have worked at GloryBee more than 5 years; 20% more than 10 years
55% leadership positions held by women and minorities
99% paid a living wage and eligible for benefits