SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah company is creating a lot of buzz because of what it sells — honey.
Aseda Raw Honey has an usual business plan. It's a plan that's changing lives of people in remote villages in central Ghana in western Africa.
Aseda president and founder Anthony Baron Kirk first tried the honey several years ago.
"I stared into this beautiful gallon of the darkest, most richest honey that I thought I had ever seen," he said, "so immediately my curiosity was piqued."
- 2 homes, 3 other buildings damaged in...
- Author, activist speaks at Theodore Roosevelt...
- Man accused of killing UTA worker dies in prison
- Women underrepresented across Utah's...
- Why Pioneer Day is so important to Utahns
- Police: Man confronts driver's ed student,...
- Man wanted for questioning in Tooele fire...
- Venezuela presents details in weapons case...
- Utah delegates finally stand and cheer... 93
- The day after: Lee defends Cruz at GOP... 32
- Should mountain biking be allowed in... 28
- Utah Democrats headed to 'historic'... 27
- Can police-community relations be... 14
- Rep. Mia Love buying $1M in TV ads for... 14
- Giant algal bloom likely to fuel Utah... 10
- Appellate court upholds water rights... 8