Vancouver Honey company was registered in Canada in 2004 with the number: BC0712931. The main manager and owner of this company is Mr. Hossein Yeganeh Rad, who has started beekeeping in a traditional way since 1980.

All Vancouver Honey products are certified (FDA) by the US Food and Drug Administration and approved by the Food and Drug Administration (CFIA) of the American Food and Drug Administration of Canada.

Our missions are:

1- Upgrading the scientific level of beekeepers and getting acquainted with new beekeeping techniques in the field of queen and bee breeding and fighting diseases

2- Using all the capabilities and facilities from the field of slogans and theoretical knowledge to operationalizing events

3- Publication of science related to beekeeping and new findings in this field in cooperation with Jihad Keshavarzi

4- Taking an important step in order to achieve the goals of the resistance economy and strengthening the scientific burden of beekeeping enthusiasts and employees in order to achieve the country’s economic growth

Our services are:

In connection with the unique professional and innovative activities of Mr. Hossein Yeganeh Rad, we can mention the production of chromosomes and bee venom. These products have been successful in treating diseases such as eczema and mineral deficiencies such as iron and calcium, increased white and red blood cells and platelets in humans.

Other successes of Mr. Hossein Yeganeh include the study of coronary heart disease in Masih Daneshvari Hospital as a case study and the treatment of many people with diabetes in Ali Asghar Hospital and the prevention of amputation.
The purpose of establishing the Canadian Bee Society is to provide food, cosmetics and related supplements, and ultimately to provide services and information to the consumer community, medical science and natural therapy. Finally, the Canadian Beekeeping Society intends to launch a standard in the private sector by inviting professors related to testing and research, which is even higher than the standard of the US Food and Drug Administration and the Food and Drug Administration of Canada to make counterfeit honey. Distinguish from the original honey.