Acacia Honey, Organic, Littleover Apiary (340g)

Acacia Honey, Organic, Littleover Apiary (340g)

£4.90
(£1.44 per 100g)
Organic Vegetarian

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This honey is the bees knees. Clear and golden, with a light taste, it's brill for baking, replacing sugar for a buzzing sweetness. It's raw, cold extracted and cold filtered, resulting in a more naturally fragrant finish.

It's not heat treated or blended so you might see some granulation if it gets chilly. Slowly warm the jar back up (in a pan of water on the hob is a good option) to make bring it back to it's runny self again.
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Producer

We were delighted when we found Tony and his Littleover Apiaries honey making business. Organic honey is hard to come by, it took us a very long time to find some that met our ethical and quality standards; the most stunning thing we found out is that English organic honey does not exist.

For honey to be certified as organic the bee-keeper has to have certified all land within a four mile radius from the hives as organic. This is why you'll find most organic honey comes from Bulgaria and Hungary, as they have the kind of space there to do this.

Ingredients & allergens

Acacia Honey* * = produced to organic standards.

While we do everything we can to ensure the information on this page is correct, ingredients, nutritional and dietary information are subject to change. So along with the information on our website, we always recommend that you read each label carefully before enjoying your items

Storage & prep

The perfect addition to a slice of toast or a bowl of porridge, our clear honey should be stored away from direct sunlight. Always ensure the jar is properly sealed. Not suitable for home freezing.

Packaging

Food Contact Material: GLASS (Recyclable - Widely recyclable)
Contais BPA: No - does not contain BPA

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