Differences between commercial and raw honey

Query: My store bought honey never crystallizes!
Answer: Actually, crystallization is a hallmark of authentic raw organic honey. The ratio of natural sugars, mainly glucose and fructose present in pure honey helps determine when and whether that raw honey will crystallize, liquify or remain in a semi-solid colloidal state. Crystallized unprocessed raw honey can be consumed as is or the honey bottle itself can be warmed up in a Bain Marie to liquify the contents. However, we strongly recommend developing a nuanced palate and enjoying crystallized organic raw honey as is without any heat treatment. Most mass produced store bought honey is homogenized, heat treated & even mixed with corn syrup for it to retain its liquid state.

Query: Why does my store bought honey have the same colour and consistency? Your honey looks different!?
Answer: Raw honey collected straight from the bee-hive will innately exhibit vast differences across batches with respect to colours, taste, aroma, transparency, sedimentation and viscosity. Expecting a standardized product is inconsistent with the way nature operates. Commercial honey on the other hand is homogenized. In essence, it’s a blend of several batches mixed together to produce one consistent product. Our master apiarists who deal exclusively in raw honey have an adage they adhere to which is - “No two bottles of the same honey are the same”.

Query: Honey I purchase from big brands is clean! Why does your honey look cloudy at times?
Answer: Our pure organic honey is bottled straight from the harvested beehive after being strained through a broad sieve. Since all of our honey varieties are minimally processed, these may contain traces of bee pollen and hive wax debris in minuscule quantities. Raw unfiltered honey from the hive to your table. We believe in getting our real honey from the beehive straight into the bottle with minimal processing in between. We neither heat-treat nor homogenize our unprocessed honey. Wild honey is sourced from both forests as well grassland apiaries.