Pure Natural Honey

The whole process of production according to the GMP requirements.

Honey is a widely known natural food that produced by the bees. The collecting bees sucked the nectar from the flowers and store it in the second stomach then return to the hive for worker bees to digest the raw nectar for about 30 minutes using enzymes to break up the complex sugars into simpler ones. Then it spread into empty honeycomb cells to eliminate the water and transform the sugars to obtain honey. Once the honey is processed, the cells of the honeycomb are sealed with beeswax for preservation.

If the honey comes from one type of flower, then it is called mono-flower honey. Such as acacia honey, milkvetch honey, linden honey, loquat honey, orange honey, chaste tree honey, sunflower honey and buckwheat honey etc. Among them, the most well know and abundant honey is the multi-flower honey, which is a mixture of the nectar from different flowers. It is also named according to its color, such as extra white honey, extra light amber honey (ELA), light amber honey (LA) and amber.

As a natural food rich in nutrition and sweet in flavor, besides water, honey mainly contains sugar, vitamins, mineral substances, amino acid and ferment.

Honey is a mixture of sugar and other compounds, most of which are fructose and glucose. Vitamin B12, vitamin B12, folic acid, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, phosphorus, iron, copper, zinc, etc. for other compounds. There are a small amount of substances that act as antioxidants.

Moisture20% Max
Sucrose5% Max
Reducing Sugar68% Min
HMF15mg/kg Max
Diastasenot less than 12
C13 isotopic analysis (C4/C3 sugars)Negative
Foreign enzymes (beta-fructofuranosidas & beta-/gamma-amylase)negative


  • — Bulk Packing / As Per The Requirement of the Buyer
  • — Bulk honey: Packing by 290kg/Iron Drum; 70 Drums/20FT container
  • — Small package honey: Packing by 6pcs/CTN, 12pcs/CTN
  • — Food
  • — Maize as a commodity
  • — Ukraine
  • — Russia
  • — Moldova

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