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If you have ever watched a beekeeper harvest honey, you've probably seen them use a smoker as they approached the hive. Perhaps you've wondered what this was for?At a high level the smoke helps the beekeeper to create an atmosphere of harmony with the bees in their hive.Natu...
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Did you know that bees prefer plants that produce a flower with a single row of petals, like sunflowers? This is because it makes landing and retrieving nectar much easier. To read more about what plants bees like the most check out the Trees for Bees website.http://www...
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Have you ever wondered how you can do your little bit to ensure that the worlds bee population remains?If so check out the list of ways you can help below:1. Be bee conscious by ensuring that you try to protect the bees that populate the piece of land you own and/or work on....
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Have you ever wondered why beekeepers wear white? Is it to see when a bee lands on them, to stay cool when its hot or is it a fashion trend that has stuck?The answer is simple and evolutionary. In order to be able to evolve bees have had to protect themselves against predato...
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The temperatures are certainly getting colder and many of us are getting a dose of the cold or flu, but it's not just us that suffer the bees often do also. In fact, in the cooler months you are likely to spot more bees who are grounded and unable to fly as they are either ...
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No bees no humans, it may sound a little bit surreal but it's a fact! If it wasn't for the bees pollinating our plants more or less none of our everyday crops/food would exist. If we continue to loose bees (which we are) we could see a very dra...
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To make sure that our customers receive the best products possible we are very strict on quality management. Below you can learn about some of the processes we have in place to ensure the quality and consistency of our products. All of our Mānuka Honey is traceable to it...
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Lots of bee's producing honey right? Well yes, that is true but the work structure of a beehive is like a well-oiled machine. The hive consists of 3 different types of bees. The queen, the worker and the drone. Below we will give you some quick facts about each one. The que...
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Now, if we offered you a taste of some 3000-year-old honey, would you? Well if preserved correctly we can guarantee that it is perfectly editable thanks to the Hydrogen Peroxide, acidity and lack of water. These work wonders for the honeys preservation! The ancient Egyptian...
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As we have mentioned before there are many different types of honey, the colour and flavor are all dependent on what type of nectar the bees have sourced close to their hive. Below you will find some different types and what they are best suited for! Clover Honey -This ho...
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