Yes. Our aim is to avail raw, natural & unprocessed honey with guaranteed purity to every being of the globe. We believe “the food cooked by the nature should remain as such to increase the potency & effectiveness of its own.”
Raw honey is honey as it exists in the beehive or as obtained by extraction, settling, or straining, without adding heat. It is pure, unfiltered, and unpasteurized, and thus it retains all the natural vitamins, enzymes, phytonutrients, and other nutritional elements present in the hive.
The primary difference between raw honey and regular (or commercial) honey lies in the processing methods. Regular honey undergoes a heating process (pasteurization) and often filtration to make it clear and extend its shelf life. On the other hand, raw honey is kept as natural as possible, without any heat treatment or significant filtering, preserving all its natural nutrients.
Raw honey often has a cloudy or creamy appearance because it contains natural bee pollen, propolis, and wax particles. It may also solidify or crystallize over time. On the other hand, regular honey is usually clear and remains liquid. However, labels are the most reliable way to determine if honey is raw. Look for terms like “raw” or “unpasteurized”.
We source it from our partner beekeepers who have implemented our beehive technology and who follow our quality guidelines. The honey is picked up directly and brought into our fulfillment centers from where it is shipped directly to the consumers. Our technology and process eliminates the need of any processors or middlemen.
Honey is 100% pure and natural from the nectar of real flowers.It has absolutely no additives or infusions..
Pure Honey can stay fresh for even 2000 years. If stored properly (in a sealed contained away from humidity), honey has a shelf life of, well, forever. This is due to honey’s hygroscopy and low pH, two qualities that make it difficult for the sticky substance to spoil.
Honey is anti-bacterial in nature and has a pH of about 3.26 -4.48 which makes survival of any kind of bacteria in it almost impossible.
Then you may ask, why we have mentioned an expiry date on our honey bottles?
Well, , the Indian and international food laws (like FSSAI, USFDA,etc) make it mandatory to mention a best before date or expiry date on the label of all packed foods. So we really don’t have a choice but to mention the Best before date on our honey bottles.
Raw honey has several health benefits due to its rich nutritional profile. It has antioxidant properties which can help fight free radicals in the body. It also has antibacterial and antifungal properties, which can aid in healing wounds and burns. Other benefits include soothing a sore throat, aiding digestion, and providing a natural source of energy.
No, raw honey is not safe for babies under one year old. This is because it can contain spores of a bacterium called Clostridium botulinum, which can lead to infant botulism, a serious illness. Pasteurized honey should also be avoided for the same reason.
You can buy raw honey in Ahmedabad from JDJ Products. They offer a range of honey products at a affordable pricing