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  • Unmatched Purity: Our honey is purely organic, collected by bees from the abundant wild flora in pristine forests. We ensure that the honey-making process remains untouched by any artificial substances, providing you with the most authentic and unadulterated honey nature has to offer.

  • Sustainable and Eco-Friendly: By collecting honey from the wild bees, we are not just preserving the biodiversity of the forest but also promoting sustainable practices. Our commitment to eco-friendly methods allows you to enjoy the honey's rich flavors while being kind to the environment.

  • Rich Nutritional Profile: The untouched and undisturbed natural environment gives our forest honey a unique blend of nutrients. Packed with antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins, and minerals, our honey offers a plethora of health benefits for you and your loved ones.

  • Distinctive Flavors: The diversity of wild flora in the forest contributes to the distinctive flavors and aromas of our organic wild forest honey. You can experience the subtle variations in taste, depending on the season and the region from which the honey is sourced.

  • Supporting Bee Conservation: By sourcing honey from wild bees, we play a part in supporting bee conservation efforts. Wild bees are an essential part of the ecosystem, and our sustainable practices help maintain their habitats and population.

  • Versatile Use: Our organic wild forest honey is a true culinary delight. Whether you drizzle it over your morning oatmeal, blend it into smoothies, or use it in cooking and baking, the honey's rich and natural flavors will elevate your dishes to a whole new level.

  • Community Empowerment: By partnering with local communities to ethically harvest honey from the wild, we contribute to the economic empowerment of indigenous people and foster a sense of pride in preserving their age-old traditions.

iFarmerscart Wild Forest Honey | Wild Harvest | Untouched | Raw - 500 g

₹350.00Price
    • Unmatched Purity: Sourced directly from wild bees in their natural habitat, untouched by human intervention or man-managed beekeeping practices.
    • Sustainable and Eco-Friendly: Promotes biodiversity and sustainable practices, preserving the environment for future generations.
    • Rich Nutritional Profile: Packed with antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins, and minerals for numerous health benefits.
    • Distinctive Flavors: Reflects the diverse flora in the forest, offering unique taste variations based on season and region.
    • Supports Bee Conservation: Contributes to bee conservation efforts by preserving wild bee habitats and populations.
    • Versatile Use: Ideal for drizzling over oatmeal, blending into smoothies, or enhancing cooking and baking recipes.
    • Community Empowerment: Partners with local communities for ethical honey harvesting, empowering indigenous traditions.
    • Store in a Sealed Container: Always keep honey in an airtight, sealed container to prevent moisture from entering, which can cause fermentation.

    • Room Temperature: Honey is best stored at room temperature, ideally between 50°F (10°C) and 77°F (25°C). Avoid extreme temperatures and fluctuations.

    • Avoid Direct Sunlight: Keep honey away from direct sunlight, as exposure to heat and light can lead to degradation and loss of nutrients.

    • Dry Environment: Ensure the storage area is dry, as moisture can cause honey to ferment or spoil.

    • No Refrigeration Required: Honey does not need refrigeration. In fact, refrigeration can accelerate crystallization.

    • Keep It Clean: Use clean and dry utensils when scooping honey from the container to prevent contamination.

    • Prevent Crystallization: If your honey crystallizes over time, you can reverse the process by gently warming the honey jar in a warm water bath. Be sure not to overheat the honey, as excessive heat can affect its quality.

    • Avoid Adding Water: Do not add water or any other liquid to honey, as this can promote fermentation.

    • Separation: Honey might naturally separate over time, with a layer of crystals or foam forming on top. This is normal and does not indicate spoilage.

    • Check for Spoilage: Honey has a very long shelf life, but it's always good to check for signs of spoilage, such as an off odor, mold, or unusual taste. If you notice any of these, discard the honey.

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