Our Honey Your Health:"Honey, particularly darker honey, such as Buckwheat honey, is a rich source of phenolic compounds, such as flavonoids, that exert significant antioxidant activity."-Encyclopedia of Healing Foods, Michael Murray, 2005
Did You Know:Our honeybees must visit over two million flower blossoms and fly over 55,000 miles to make just one pound of honey - the amount in one jar of Bloom Honey!
Note on Crystallization:Raw honey never spoils but will crystallize over time. This is proof of its purity. Either enjoy the crystallized honey as a spread – it's less messy! Or to liquefy it, gently heat the jar in warm water. Do not place the jar in boiling water – it will hurt the quality of the honey. Store at room temperature.
Infant Warning:Children under the age of one year should not consume raw honey.