FAQ

Common Questions

Raw honey is honey that has not been pasteurized or finely filtered.

It has been reported that eating local honey helps with allergies, but recent studies in Great Britain have shown that eating raw honey from anywhere helps even more.

Honey that has granulated has not gone bad. Honey is a supersaturated solution and has a tendency to turn
towards a granulized state. Some honeys turn fast and some turn slow. This has to do with the types and amounts of the varied sugars present. To re-liquify, simply warm the jar in a pan of hot, but not boiling, water.