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Frequently Asked Questions – Madhushay

Grade A honey has to be super clear, defect-free honey and can only be done with heat and hyperfiltration. Grade A is what most people consume and are the cheapest honeys.

Our Honey is Grade B honey because it's raw, unheated and unfiltered. We believe honey should be unprocessed, raw, and as close to eating out of the hive as possible. Our honey is beautiful, but unprocessed honey can't get a grade.

We treat our bee friends as humanely and keep our interference in their lives to a minimum.

The honey is starting to crystallize and become lighter, which is natural and happens to all raw honey.

Our beeswax blocks are filtered and 100% beeswax.

Honey lasts forever as long as you store it properly.

Most of the honey you find on the shelves of your local grocery store are typically pasteurized (heated at very high temperatures) or have undergone ultrafiltration to kill/remove everything inside the honey. This allows it to stay liquid forever but removes all the beneficial nutrients in honey. Many store-bought honeys are a blend of honeys from different countries. Our honey is raw. It is taken right out of the hive, minimally strained to remove hive debris, and then packaged. It is pure, unblended, unheated, unprocessed honey. Like other raw honeys, it will solidify over time.

Raw honey is not pasteurized, filtered, or processed, and as such, it retains all the vitamins, pollen, enzymes, and nutrients inside the honey. When it is first extracted it comes out as liquid but over time it will naturally crystallize into a solid honey.

No. We only produce raw honey with all the good stuff still inside. Both our creamed and raw honeys are unpasteurized and unblended. Just as nature created.

It takes 2 million flower blossoms to make 0.45kg of honey.

Each variety of honey gets its uniques taste from the nectar of the flowers the honeybees visit along with enzymes in their "honey stomach", which makes honey from the flower nectar. That's why we say "The flavor is in the flower!"

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