NOD gets a new North American Sales Representative


May 2, 2016, NOD Apiary Products Ltd. New Sales Representative, North America

Frankford, ON – NOD Apiary Products Ltd. is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Tom Nolan to the NOD sales team. Effective immediately, Tom will serve as the Sales Representative for NOD Apiary Products Ltd. and NOD Apiary Products USA Inc. sales team.
He will also be responsible for keeping customer satisfaction the focus of NOD.

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Organic Certification


October 7, 2014, Mite Away Quick Strips® (MAQS® Beehive Strips) gains Organic Certification from internationally recognized certifier BioGro.

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Mite Away Quick Strips® gains Authorization in New Zealand


March 13, 2014. Mite Away Quick Strips® received registration in New Zealand for beekeepers’ use. Mite Away Quick Strips® has received approval by EPA (HSR100672) as well as the MPI, ACVM Group (P008556).

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New MAQS® 2 dose pack! Available in Canada, USA & UK!


June 2013, Now even the smallest hobby beekeeper has access to using MAQS on their colonies.

Contains: 2 doses (4 strips) of Mite Away Quick Strips (MAQS Beehive Strips)

Visit your nearest beekeeping supply company to purchase.

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MAQS® Release in the UK


February 26, 2013, MAQS® Beehive Strip has received registration in the United Kingdom for beekeeper’s use. It has received approval by VMD (Veterinary Medical Department).

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BASF and NOD Apiaries Ltd. Partner


In 2010, BASF and NOD Apiary Products announced a partnership to bring MAQS® to European beekeepers for the control of varroa.

Partnership for bee health


BASF and NOD Apiary Products, which was established in 1997 in Canada by beekeepers committed to organic ideals, have announced a partnership to bring to European beekeepers a new product that controls the Varroa destructor, a parasitic mite that has been identified by independent institutions as a major contributor to the declining number of bee hives on a global scale.

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