Mountain Partnership Products Database

Mongolia
The organic wildflower honey comes from the highlands and lowlands of Mongolia’s Selenge province. Here, beekeepers carefully place their hives in remote, uncontaminated fields so their bees can forage on the local flora. The diversity of the landscape makes this [...]
Nepal
Honey is essential for people in the Himalayan region of Nepal, where sugar and medicinal resources are scarce. Local traditional healers regard honey as a gift from the creator. This Chiuri honey was collected from bees that fed exclusively on the [...]
Nepal
For over 1 300 years, Jumla Marshy Rice has been cultivated along the banks of the Tila River in Jumla, a mountainous district of northwest Nepal. This hardy grain is naturally tolerant to the cold temperatures of the Himalayas and [...]
Kyrgyz Republic
This high-quality, environmentally friendly white honey comes from the mountains of At-Bashy, in Kyrgyzstan’s Naryn region, which has been known for its mountain honey since ancient times. This soft-textured honey is delicately sweet and rich in vitamins, minerals and enzymes. [...]
Mongolia
This product made of baby yak wool was produced in the high mountains of the Arkhangai province, Mongolia, and is 100 percent ecologically pure. The wool comes from two-year-old yak calves, making it softer and warmer than other wools. It [...]
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