With five days to go, Flow Hive passes US$10m mark

Flow Hive, invented by Cedar and Stuart Anderson.
Flow Hive, invented by Cedar and Stuart Anderson. Contributed

FLOW Hive, a revolutionary honey-on-tap invention, has now raised more than $10 million on crowdfunding website Indiegogo.

Created by father and son duo Cedar and Stuart Anderson, of The Channon, the invention has created a worldwide sensation, smashing fundraising records for the Indiegogo website.

There are just five days left of the Flow Hive crowdfunding campaign. As of this morning, the campaign has raised close to US$10.5 million - or $13.7 million in Australian dollars.

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