The emergence of Dutch Gold Honey as one of the largest honey packing companies is an amazing story of perseverance, determination, sacrifice, and family loyalty. Even though "retired", founder Ralph Gamber came into the plant daily up until his last few days. His wife, Luella, who managed the office since the company's early days, just retired in 1991. All three of Ralph and Luella's children, Bill, Marianne and Nancy, work for the company. As you can imagine, the history of Dutch Gold Honey is rich with moments of success, frustration and humor.
Today Dutch Gold Honey packages over 50 million pounds of honey
annually. They have since then expanded into smaller divisions such as
Gamber Container, McLure's Honey and Maple Products, and The Bacon Jug
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