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ON Golden Honey:

Nestled away in the picturesque countryside of the north shore of Lake Ontario at the mouth of the Ganaraska River, the river which separates Durham and Northumberland Counties, our farmer's Apiaries are dedicated to natural delicious honey. Harvested in an ecologically friendly manner ensuring all the flavor and goodness remains, from Bee to you.

 

Health Benefits

Honey, specifically raw, is considered a superfood. Below are just a few of its numerous benefits: Boosts immunity: Raw honey has antibacterial and antiviral properties that can help boost your immune system and fight sickness.

 

Origin: BABUNI honey is 100% made and packaged in Canada.

Content 250 and 500 gr glass jar with safety seal.

(NO color, no artificial flavor or preservatives)

Local Ontario Honey (ecologically made local Canadian honey)

C$19.99Price
you will be notified once restocked
    • LOCAL Honey with natural goodness of enzymes and antibacterial proponents. Tips: ideal on pancakes, toast, coffee, tea, winter hot chocolate, bread and crackers. Works as a healthy sugar substitute for your baking needs.
    • RAW and Unpasteurized
    • FROM the bee to you
    • HARVESTED in an ecologically friendly manner ensuring all the flavor and goodness remains
    • HEALTH Benefits: Honey, specifically raw, is considered a superfood. Below are just a few of its numerous benefits: Boosts immunity: Raw honey has antibacterial and antiviral properties that can help boost your immune system and fight sickness.
    • CRYSTALLIZATION: The crystallization process is natural and spontaneous. Pure, raw and unheated honey has a natural tendency to crystallize over time with no effect on the honey other than color and texture.
    • BECAUSE unpasteurized honey is heated to a lower temperature during processing, there is a risk that it will return to the crystallized state more quickly than a pasteurized honey. Crystallization does not impact product safety, and the honey can be returned to a liquid state by placing the bottle in a warm water bath.
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