The Apiary Journal

Honey Gluttony: Honey-Roast Carrot & Lentil Salad

We’ve teamed up with the ever-so talented supper club host and cook, Kathy Slack, who writes the blog Gluts and Gluttony, to bring you 3 delicious recipes with honey right at their heart. Kathy says: “This hearty salad is a great combination of flavours – the sweet honey carrots go beautifully with the earthy lentils and the […]

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Honey Gluttony: Honey Granola

We’ve teamed up with the ever-so talented supper club host and cook, Kathy Slack, who writes the blog Gluts and Gluttony, to bring you 3 delicious recipes with honey right at their heart. Kathy says: “This crunchy granola is quite grown up in taste: nutty and dark rather than sickly sweet like shop bought versions. Best […]

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What is Blended Honey?

Many modern honeys are blended; a mixture of EU and non EU honeys, which are most often then also pasteurised to be sold into supermarkets. The result is a mixed product, impossible for patrons to discern where the honey is from and robbed of its myriad natural health properties. It’s a very easy way of […]

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The Finest World Exclusive Honeys

Bees & Co. is our own brand of honey products, of which we are exceptionally proud. We have gone to great lengths to provide the finest quality, artisan honey products for some of the most exclusive and iconic brands. From jars of honey including our exclusive Black Gold exceptional honey, to 100% raw whole comb […]

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Flying Ethically

We are often asked whether we clip our Queen’s wings. I’m surprised how often we are asked this but also encouraged because it means more people than I imagined are aware of the practice of clipping the wings of a queen bee by beekeepers. It’s a harmless practice in the sense that it doesn’t cause […]

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