crude honey collected from unions, cooperatives, and or honey traders is delivered with a list of beekeepers that provided the honey along with the amount and area of where the honey is harvested from for us to trace the origin of the honey. In our facility, the different types of honey will be labeled, organized and documented into different batches of honey.
Each batch of honey will be slightly heated and crushed for manageability. afterward, it is subjected to indirect heat in order for the wax to separate from the honey. The honey will then be filtered through and mixed well or homogenized before it is packed in food graded steel drums each weighing 280 kg net.
as much honey as possible is recovered from the combs by drainage or extraction. Then the material that is left is heated in order for the wax to melt and rises to the surface. the melted wax is then filtered and poured into a mold where it becomes a block of beeswax After it cools and hardens,
the process starts with already granulated honey as Almost all honey will granulate or crystalizes as they are left to set. This honey undergoes a process of blending/homogenizing/, Pasteurization and is held at a cool temperature, which speeds uniformly fine granulation. At the end of the process, the granules will be extremely fine; the honey will achieve a smooth, creamy appearance, and is referred to as creamed honey.
Our natural liquid honey undergoes a filtration process in order to remove impurities like debris and air bubbles as well as a Pasteurization process that destroys the yeast found in honey so that the honey stays as a clear liquid for longer. This makes our honey smoother and helps extend the shelf life of our product.