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Nutritious & Delicious

You’ve heard the term “less is more.” Well, when you sweeten with honey, less is a LOT more. Not only is honey up to 50% sweeter than other sugars, so your clients can use less to get the same sweetness, but honey is a natural source of antioxidants, which help with inflammation and maintaining healthy cells. And naturally occurring prebiotics, which can aid in gut health.

Research has shown that honey is a source of a wide array of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants. Flavonoids and phenolic acids, which act as antioxidants, are also found in honey. And while the amount and type of these compounds depend largely on the floral source, it’s easy to see that when you sweeten with honey, you’re getting a lot more than just a sweet taste.

 

Sweet Truth

 

Most “all-natural” sweeteners are indeed processed. Heat, chemical additives, and ingredient manipulation are common practices to turn leaves, fruit, and sap into powders or concentrated syrups. In contrast, honey…is just, honey 

Honey bees do all the heavy lifting when it comes to making this all-natural sweetener. These amazing insects extract nectar from flowers and naturally transform it into honey inside the beehive. Beekeepers take only the honey that the bees don’t need for food, and extract it by removing the wax caps with a heated knife and spinning the honey to separate it from the comb. The honey is then filtered to remove parts of the beehive or honeycomb.

Wild Flower-INDIA

Berry Sidr-YEMEN

Sunflower-EUROPE

Manuka-NEW ZEALAND

Eucalyptus-BRAZIL

White-KYRGYZSTAN

Walnut Infused-INDIA

Acacia-KASHMIR

Fig Infused-INDIA

 

 

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