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Honey and other Bee Products

Our mission is breeding genetically strong bees and buying our honey and associated bee products you will be supporting our beekeeping operation and help save the bees.

How our honey is produced

Our honey is raw unheated and unfiltered.

We don’t use any chemicals in our apiaries, it means we don’t treat our bees with bee medicines, and we avoid our bees contacting chemical cleaning materials. We place our hives within Cambridge city and wider Cambridgeshire in pristine areas, including wild nature reserves and organic farms (this allows our bees to forage for a wide and healthy mix of food). This way we achieve a high quality honey, beneficial to the good health of bees and for us, the human consumer.

Our honey is raw, unheated, unfiltered to keep all of its benefits.

Honey nutrition facts
Typical values per 100g:
Energy 1390kJ/330kcal
Fat <0,5g of which Saturates 0,2g
Carbohydrate 80g of which sugars 80g
Fibre <0,5g Protein <0,5g Salt 0,03g
One tablespoon serving approx.15g
( 208,50kJ/49,50kcal )
Reference intake of an average adult per day: 8400kJ/2000kcal

Other bee products

Pollen, propolis, royal jelly and bee venom provide many benefits for our health. We could offer these raw products which can be found in tablets, creams, ointments or as honey additives.


Beeswax has been used in churches traditionally for candles and the bee has been honored as an insect saint. Today we appreciate the smokeless and aromatic flame of beeswax candles in our homes and places of recreation.

We advise to place candles on a heat resistant saucer or dish.

Do not leave burning candles unattended.

Beeswax also gives us a key ingredient of soaps and furniture and floor polishes.

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