Perhaps a colony of Apis Cerana bees had nested on the roof of our old house a few weeks before we realized. Neighbors helped us get the first batch of honey and then shared the joy. That was the beginning of the family business in 1980.

That first impression encouraged our uncle to learn to love bees a lot. He participated enthusiastically in various workshops and coaching, including from the Forestry Service. In 1982 Uncle received a gift from the Government of a colony of Apis Meliferra which multiplied into hundreds of boxes today.

Handling bees with the best love, helping to maintain nature in the best condition and building the best relationships with fruit farmers, has placed us in a mutualistic symbiosis that combines harmoniously to produce the best quality honey products and is maintained for decades.

We, the second generation, are committed to maintaining the integrity of this business so that it is more beneficial for the environment and many people, carrying out innovations and improvements without reducing the wisdom that has become our company’s work culture.

Bali Honey


Become a role model for providing the best quality beekeeping products with a handling pattern that prioritizes balance between humans and nature and Fair Trade Business.


Developing a professional and trusted beekeeping product business and supporting ecosystem sustainability which is beneficial for health and life balance in an honest business pattern.


Honest, Responsible, Visionary, Disciplined, Collaborative, Fair, Caring


Indonesia’s tropical islands have been famous for their natural wealth for centuries and today remain the best ecosystem for thousands of types of flora & fauna. This diversity contributes greatly to the completeness of nectar nutrition from thousands of types of flowers in comfortable weather in different areas, soil characteristics and land height above sea level.


Most honey seekers and bee keepers have not run their businesses wisely and professionally so that the quantity and quality of honey marketed is inconsistent. This is exacerbated by the reduction in the quantity of Indonesian flora & the high use of chemicals which has an impact on higher honey prices which ultimately opens up opportunities for the circulation of low quality honey. Consumption of honey and beekeeping products in Indonesia has become very low. On the other hand, consumer knowledge about honey is also minimal, making it easy to believe myths and non-scientific opinions.


Bali Honey, with its business strategy, wants to embrace all parties starting from the government as forest authority, commodity farmers, experts, stakeholders and honey seekers and bee keepers to corporate business people to produce and market Indonesian bee products with international quality standards that still preserve nature, at affordable prices so that everyone can supplement their family’s nutrition with quality honey and beekeeping products.


As a family company, Bali Honey prioritizes a family approach, paying attention to every detail with love and responsibility.

In this 4th decade we have had 490 bee colonies which we usually divide into 2 or 3 shepherd locations under 3 field supervisors. With an average harvest of 1.2 tons of honey per month. A figure that is less progressive for a business, but we have succeeded in developing 4 other beekeepers with exactly the same quality standards as Bali Honey so that the total accumulated harvest can reach 6 – 8 tonnes of honey, 200 kg of bee pollen & 8 liters of propolis per month . We are proud of our partners.

Ekstrak Madu

The Bali Honey Team works to continue to share experiences and business values ​​with fellow bee keepers and other forest honey seekers, so that businesses can compete and collaborate in healthy fair trade. Currently Bali Honey & colleagues are preparing a honey management project with ISO9001:2015 quality standards.

Board of Trusty:

Founder: Ir. H. M. Hanafie
Manager: Ismail M. SE
Finance: Shanti AD, SE, S.Sos, MM
Veterinary: Drh. Deddy S
Senior Adviser: Dr. Angelia RD.