Ted Dennard is the founder, president and head beekeeper of Savannah Bee Company. Growing up in Coastal Georgia, Ted’s journey into the magical world of bees and honey was sparked by an elderly beekeeper, Roy Hightower, who believed in beekeeping as a way of life. Ted’s passion hasn’t waned a bit, even after 35 years. Ted backed into business in 1999 when his friend opened a store in Savannah and began selling his Tupelo Honey. Three years later in 2002, Savannah Bee Company was officially born. Today, Ted remains dedicated to sharing the world of bees with others and introducing new honeybee products to market. He loves his family and surfs when he can.

We strive to live as bees live: symbiotically with nature and in a manner that contributes positively to the world around us. We continually improve the ways in which we operate for our customers, the environment and each other. We have fun while helping this company grow. Our talented team is of varied backgrounds, which helps enrich us all and adds balance so we can take on the diverse work needed to make a great company.

A Message From Our Founder

"Savannah Bee Company grew out of my passion for bees, beekeeping and honey. Our specialty honey is the culmination of a 35-year search, both locally and around the world for the very best. Our beauty products deliver real benefits derived from treasured honeybee hive ingredients – beeswax, royal jelly, propolis, and honey. Ask for our products in a store near you or stop by anytime at savannahbee.com."






Speaking of Bees: Savannah Bee Company Podcast

Speaking of Bees is a podcast that offers a glimpse into what life long beekeeper, Ted Dennard made possible. A mission driven by purpose to inspire those who believe in making a difference in the world. Through educating on the importance of saving bees, expert sourcing of the world's finest honey, and honey products. The Savannah Bee Company story started with a dream, and that dream continues today. By tuning in today, you are helping us getting one step closer to saving the bees, and ultimately, saving the world. You can listen to the podcast on every platform where podcast are available. BEE sure to tune in today!