Rolls-Royce, one of the important names in the automobile industry, continues to produce honey on its 42-acre land in the UK. The company, which does not sell the honey it produces with money, offers its customers as a gift instead.
The UK-based Rolls-Royce is one of the important names in the automobile industry. Fascinating millions of car enthusiasts with its stylish and expensive vehicles, Rolls-Royce has not been producing cars for a while due to the coronavirus pandemic on our planet. However, the company continues to produce honey under its own name with a giant army of 250 thousand bees.
In fact, Rolls-Royce has been investing for the honey project for several years. The company produces honey with bees in a facility located on a 42-acre plot in the Goodwood region of the West Sussex county of England. Bees live in a land of more than 8 decares and produce honey using the plants here.
Rolls-Royce does not sell the honey it produces for commercial purposes
Richard Carter of Rolls-Royce says they are deeply committed to the environment. Saying that they have signed dozens of projects to protect the environment before, Carter says that they have helped protect both the environment and the bee population in England with the honey production project. According to Carter, Rolls-Royce will continue to work on environmentally friendly projects in the years to come, as in the past.
According to the statements made by Rolls-Royce, the company does not sell the honey it produces commercially and presents it to its considerable customers. This may suggest that the honey produced is small, but the company produced honey far above expectations in 2020. According to the statements made, the total amount of honey to be produced this year will significantly exceed the company’s annual production volume.