Got questions about our Bee Harmony® Honey, or just honey in general? You’ve come to the right place! If you don’t find the answer you’re looking for, contact us and we’ll be happy to help.
Bee Harmony Honey is raw honey that is gently strained (not filtered) to retain natural enzymes and pollen.
Bee Harmony Honey is 100% honey, made by honeybees from the flower nectar they gather. There are no added ingredients in our honey. Each variety showcases the unique flavor that comes naturally from the floral source.
We have our own apiaries, and we also source honey from trusted beekeepers who undergo a strict approval and certification process.
Bee Harmony Honey does not contain wheat, crustacea, eggs, fish, peanuts, milk, tree nuts, soybeans, monosodium glutamate (MSG), sulfites, lactose or Yellow 5 (tartrazine). Bee Harmony Honey facilities do not process or store anything containing gluten.
Bee Harmony Honey is Orthodox Union Kosher for Passover Certified.
Our honey is tested for purity, safety and quality measures, which is key to delivering a 100% safe and delicious honey.
Our honey is also produced under Safe Quality Foods (SQF) certification, the only system to ensure both food safety and quality criteria are met.
Most honey, especially raw honey, will eventually crystallize or solidify. This natural process causes honey to become thick and granular, but it is still perfectly edible and enjoyable in this form. Exposure to lower temperatures can also speed up the rate of honey crystallization. See our Sweet Tips page to learn how you can re-liquefy crystallized honey.
Store honey at room temperature at all times; it doesn’t need to be refrigerated. If you choose to keep it in the fridge, it will crystallize sooner than if stored at room temperature. Keep out of direct sunlight to prevent premature darkening. Always make sure the lid is tightly sealed.
Honey does not spoil. However, to avoid crystallization (solidifying of honey), it’s best when consumed before the ‘Best by’ date on the container.
The label located on the container of honey indicates the net weight of the product. All honey is required to be measured in weight and not in fluid ounces due to its viscous nature.
Honey can be substituted for sugar in baked goods recipes, although it’s not an equal swap. Visit our Sweet Tips page for some general guidelines.