Frequently Asked Questions

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Do You Have Regular Honey?

No. Here is Why.

Regular, or pasteurized honey, is clear and smooth. The pasteurization process improves the honey’s appearance, increases its shelf-life, and kills yeast cells that can affect the taste of the honey.

Pasteurization reduces the number of antioxidants and nutrients in the honey.

Raw honey tends to have more variation in color and texture than regular honey. The color of raw honey may change depending on what flowers the bees pollinated.

Weeks Raw Honey contains all the benefits that naturally provided by the bees and pollen, and no additives or preservatives.

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Is Your Honey Filtered?

No. All Our Honey Is Raw American Honey.

This means we don't import, filter, pasteurize, add syrups or flavor any of our honey. Our honey is strained through cheesecloth and bottled straight from the hive, providing you with the natural blessing that ONLY real honey offers.

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Do You Relocate Wild Bees?

We Do Not, But We Want to Help.

We have a list of locals that can assist you in the South West Georgia Area.

Mercer : (229) 356-0109

Cayton : (229) 392-0651

Horne : (229) 891-6192

Save the Bees!

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Will Honey Go Bad?

Honey is the only food that does not expire!

You don't need to refrigerate your honey. Honey has been found in ancient Egyptian tombs and was perfectly preserved. Keep your jar sealed and the honey away from moisture to preserve it. Forever.

BUT- Honey will crystallize and can be restored to a liquid state by simply heating the sealed jar gently in a warm water bath. HOW TO

It is a perfect survival food and has endless health benefits.

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900 Crosland-Scooterville Road - Omega, Georgia 31775 • CALL 800-898-8846