More than just a honey company

Meet Nate

It all started with a mission

Nathan Sheets got the nickname "Nature Nate" in college, because he was a nature lover and outdoorsman.

After graduating from college and owning his own ad agency, Nathan began serving in ministry. He journeyed on 100+ mission trips all over the world with the goal of helping others.

In 2010, Nathan's full-time job changed, but his heart never did. Nathan still had a desire to help others, but now instead of working in missions, he realized he could help even more people through honey. And life has never been sweeter. As Nate likes to say, “The Lord has blessed us so we can be a blessing to others.”

Giving Hope

Honey helps us
help others

For us, honey is more than just a food product, it’s a natural resource. Honey means so much beyond making that yoghurt sweeter or that sandwich gooier. Simply, it helps us help others.

This is why Honey Gives Hope is so important to us. It’s a philosophy that we put into practice every day and a way of giving back that is as pure, raw and unfiltered as our honey.

Who we Help
Our History
North Dallas Honey is founded by Fred Richardson.
Nathan buys his first beehive as a post honeymoon hobby.
Nathan bought North Dallas Honey, filling honey in his garage.
Nathan and seven employees grew out of his home office, and Nature Nate’s brand was born.
Our first manufacturing plant was built, giving us even greater capabilities to raise industry standards for quality raw and unfiltered honey.
Nature Nate's expands to Australia with 100% pure, raw & unfiltered honey from Australian bees.
100% Pure

Our honey is 100% honey. Just as nature intended.

"I am only willing to put products on your family's table that I'd be proud to put on my own family's table." - Nate

We ensure 100% purity through rigorous testing for antibiotics, pesticides, herbicides and rice or corn syrup adulteration. All testing is done through third-party labs and in our in-house lab to ensure quality and consistency every time.

Raw & Unfiltered