I am pleased to see that Mr Greg Aberdeen has realised that in the interest of not misleading consumers and supporters of the Bee Kind project that he has begun stating the facts. I do not believe that he set out to intentionally mislead people but that in his enthusiasm he began to make inaccurate claims that were not well considered. I congratulate him for taking the steps to rectify the situation. Well done.
I would like to make it clear that at no time did I call the Bee Kind farming project a scam, I asked Mr Greg Aberdeen to remove misleading statements in regards to calling the farm a sanctuary and the reference to organic. I do hope that he has made it clear that his farm is not a sanctuary and does not provide organic honey on all marketing marketing and online presence too. I would also like to encourage Mr Greg Aberdeen to make his rules and guidelines that he speaks of available for public viewing in the interest of transparency.
“The simple truth is that we saw an article doing its rounds by Grass trying to expose us as a scam, to no avail. Yes damage has been done, but we will continue to operate under our rules and ensure that bees make it back into the crops we need and take for granted.”
We must not lose focus as to what this story is about – the bees. I hope to bring you some more news on their story soon.