Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Honey with a Regal Flavour; Governor Reveals He's a Keeper

Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Honey with a Regal Flavour; Governor Reveals He's a Keeper

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Byline: Samantha Poate Samantha.Poate@northernstar.com.au

FROM a backyard project in The Channon to serving the future King of England, Flow Hive has come a long way since its record breaking beginning back in 2015.

Yesterday the Governor of New South Wales David Hurley showed his passion for the hive while visiting the Beeinventive (Flow Hive) office in Newrybar.

"When I saw the invention first mentioned on TV it ticked a lot of boxes for me," Mr Hurley said.

"It's innovative, it's important to agriculture, it is important internationally and it's a NSW invention.

"I thought I would come to see the home of the Flow Hive and the inventors and just enjoy what they have done here."

Inventor and CEO of Flow Hive Cedar Anderson said there are now 51,000 Flow Hives in use in 130 countries around the world.

"We started off very global, and there's quite a few issues with going global all at once," Mr Anderson said.

"Now we are actually pulling it back a little bit to the main regions, simply because it's hard to service the whole place from our little office. …

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