As an interior designer, my friend Victor receives gifts and tokens from the local finish and furniture reps on a daily basis. Usually these items are not terribly distinctive; however, last week I saw a tiny bottle of honey sitting on Victor’s desk. I couldn’t help but notice a tag around the neck that read: Herman Miller. “Surely they don’t make this themselves,” I said aloud. But why was an office furniture company giving honey away?

Upon further investigation, I found that Herman Miller does indeed make honey. The story goes something like this:

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  1. kwatson March 14, 2010 at 9:10 pm

    I received a bottle of your honey and i would like to purchase some of it. How can i do this? My children love it.

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    […] Samples! Product representatives have opened our eyes before about their company’s sustainable efforts. So we were thrilled to receive this sample bracelet from 3form, a company that makes laminate panels for walls, doors, stair treads, tables- pretty much anything you can think of. […]

  3. Paul Weidman June 19, 2006 at 11:52 am

    It is wonderful to see a manufacturer intent on the environment and sustainability. Unsupassed product quality, commttment to its employees and the strong world community concience of Herman Miller makes it a flagship for American industry as we forge into the future. The honeybees are appropriate partners to such integrity.

  4. Rob Olliges November 15, 2005 at 6:05 pm

    Very cool! Remember that the best honey is local honey. Around this part of Florida our honey has a wonder orange blossom scent. It’s fantastic.
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