Honey Lover's Choice
Description: Specially Harvested Uncooked, unfiltered, unadulterated (vitamins, minerals, enzymes and all the nutrients are preserved) - Raw state. Fully crystallized, energy packed, true raw solid state. Pure, raw state provides maximum level of natural antioxidants and healing agents as a functional food. Pesticide, herbicide, pollutant free specially cared. Harvested by healthy bees from healthy environment.
Serving Size: 1 Tablespoon
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Total Fat 0 gr 0%
Sodium 0 Milligrams 0%
Total Carbohydrates 17 gr 6%
Sugar 16 gr
Protein 0 gr 0%
Notes: Free Of Pesticide, Herbicide, pollutant free.
HOW CAN SOMEONE SAY ITS ORGANIC WHEN BEES CAN TRAVEL WHEREVER THEY WANT?
First, in order to be truly organic, the beehives must be placed in isolated areas miles from the dense population, industry, traffic congestion, farm fields, treated with chemicals and landfills. Second, bees flying range is determined by their natural instinct that tells to stay within their natural four mile range from the hive location. When they fly out of this range all sense of direction is lost.
WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR CERTIFIED ORGANIC HONEY?
As beekeepers, finding pollution free and fresh areas clear from herbicides, pesticides, and chemical fertilizers to place beehives in extremely difficult and not available in most areas of North America. Isolated areas in the northwestern corner of North Dakota and Upper Frontier of Canada are to date the only ranges of certifiable land. These regions are the richest source of vegetation for the healthiest, purest, safest, hone production. 100% NATURAL.
Why is your honey a light color and more solidified than other raw honey?
Where and what type of honey plants bees forage on will determine honey color, level of nutrients, fragrance and taste. Extreme cold region honey is lighter in color than tropical honey. Such wild honey plants as acacia, alfalfa, basswood, and sweet clover produce an almost colorless honey (known as water color) which when crystallized turns almost white. The strength of crystallization (hardness) determines the level of live state nutrients and heat sensitive enzymes. A powerful natural occurring energy stored in the extreme cold region allows this honey to crystallize within a three weeks maximum period upon extraction. The harder the honey the better. Tropical honey will never be bale to match the nutrients and strength stored in this solidified honey. What is the difference between “organic” honey and “Certified Organic” honey?
Anyone can claim to have an organic product. The independent certifying
procedures done by O.C.I.A. and U.S.D.A incorporate the written guidelines and physical inspections. Our growers, facilities, and the product itself is meticulously inspected and put through 200 quality-controlled inspections. Only the final seal is your guarantee of true certified organic honey.
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