Britain’s Duchess of Cornwall to sell honey at Fortnum and Mason
Britain’s Duchess of Cornwall is selling her own brand of honey at Fortnum & Mason.
The 67-year-old royal – who is the wife of the heir apparent Prince Charles – has offered a limited batch of 250 jars of her The Duchess of Cornwall Honey to the London based luxury food store.
All proceeds from sales of the honey – which is produced by bees in the Duchess’ garden in Wiltshire and costs £20 for a jar – will go towards the Medical Detection Dogs charity.
The store’s chief executive Ewan Venters said: “Honey is very close to our hearts at Fortnum’s. We have four beehives housed on our roof at Piccadilly and a dedicated beekeeper who nurtures and protects our bees to produce incredible honey that is stocked on our shelves.
“The Duchess’s honey is a more than welcome addition, and one I’m certain our customers will love.”
The honey is available to buy from their Piccadilly, St Pancras International and Heathrow Terminal 5 stores as well as online at fortnumandmason.com from today (02.04.15).