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Real Texas Honey

We decided to participate in the Texas Beekeepers Association, Real Texas Honey program in order to continue to promote locally sourced, raw and natural honey. This initiative is focused on verifying real beekeepers who make real honey, here, in Texas.

As participants, we had to apply and be accepted. They checked references and then we are given Real Texas Honey silver seals to place on our bottles of honey. The seals are beautiful, but the products it represents are so important. Selling honey in grocery stores often requires a blend of honey for many reasons – cost, logistics, consistency of flavor.

Real, raw, and unheated honey takes energy, time, and resources from the beekeeper – it’s seasonal, changing in flavor with the blooms, lightly filtered to maintain the beneficial pollen, and unheated to maintain the beneficial enzymes.

As more and more studies reveal adulterated honey, we are so excited to be a part of the program and help promote Real Texas Honey throughout the state of Texas.

 

One Comment on “Real Texas Honey

  1. Howdy. I make healthy cookies periodically when I need to stop eating sugar for a time. I always sweeten these cookies with honey. I have used store bought raw honey, as well as raw honey from different markets within the Brazos Valley. I most recently purchased Aggieland honey from Prime Bees and what a difference it has made with these cookies. Aggieland honey has a rich, sweet taste, the best I have had yet. I have been making my healthy cookies for a few years now, but with this batch (with Aggieland honey) I can distinctly taste the honey…what a wonderful treat for a honey lover!! If you have not tried Aggieland honey, I strongly recommend trying some today. You really can taste the difference. Thank you Prime Bees for the care that goes into your products and for your wonderful customer service :0)

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