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Organic Raw, Wildflower Honey (22 oz)

Full-bodied, and flavorful with a rich, sweet aroma

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$12.40

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Produced by honeybees from concentrated flower nectar, our honey comes right from the hives of organically-raised bees. This artisan honey is low-heat processed only enough to allow it to flow for bottling, thus retaining the important nutrients and enzymes intact. In addition to its high antioxidant level, raw, unfiltered honey is similar to fruits that become alkaline in the digestive system, and is considered an alkaline-forming food.

Pasteurized honey, on the other hand, is cooked to over 180°F and is easily spotted on the shelves by its clearer color. The natural bits of pollen and propolis have usually been removed by filtering under high pressure using diatomaceous earth (fossil shells from tiny sea creatures). Pasteurization destroys the natural beneficial nutrients, leaving behind honey depleted, but clear.

Natural and unfiltered, Omica Organics raw wildflower honey retains specks of honeycomb, bee pollen, and beneficial propolis, at the same time preserving the aroma, nutrition and best flavor of the honey.

Why Honey Crystallizes

Our honey crystallizes. And we’re proud of it. Not only because it actually preserves both the quality and flavor … but crystallization is a particular characteristic of pure, unheated, unfiltered, raw honey. Many people prefer crystallized honey because of its richer taste.

Why does natural honey do this? Because honey is composed of fructose, glucose, and water. Most honey has over 3 times more sugar (fructose + glucose) than water and it’s this imbalance that controls the crystallization.

The glucose in honey crystallizes while the fructose, which is more water-soluble, remains a liquid. Based on the ratio of fructose to glucose in the honey, it can crystallize fast or slow, just a little or the majority of the jar, uniformly or in layers (you may see stripes showing where the glucose has crystallized and the fructose has not). The ratio also influences the color of the honey (crystallized glucose is naturally white while honey with more fructose will be darker).

Crystallization in honey is natural, so go ahead and use your crystallized honey with confidence. If you do find you need to pour it, set the jar in a bowl of hot water to help liquefy it for a short while. Rest assured that your Omica Organics honey will crystallize again, protecting the high quality and good flavor you expect from nature’s perfect food.

  • Raw & Unfiltered
  • WIldflower-derived
  • Gluten Free
  • No Trans Fat
  • Non-GMO
  • No Flavorings, Colorings, Fillers, or Artificial Ingredients
  • Certified Kosher
  • Product of Brazil
  • Bottled in glass

22 oz (624g)

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USDA Grade A Raw, Unfiltered, Organic-Certified Wildflower Honey

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why Does It Crystallize?
Crystallization is a natural trait of unpasteurized honey which happens because honey is composed of fructose, glucose, and water. Most honey has over 3 times more sugar (fructose + glucose) than water and it’s this imbalance that controls the crystallization. The glucose in honey crystallizes while the fructose, which is more water-soluble, remains a liquid. Based on the ratio of fructose to glucose in the honey, it can crystallize fast or slow, just a little or the majority of the jar, uniformly or in layers (you may see stripes showing where the glucose has crystallized and the fructose has not). The ratio also influences the color of the honey (crystallized glucose is naturally white while honey with more fructose will be darker).

Why Is Omica Organics Honey Bottled in Glass
We bottle in glass to retain freshness. Glass is a natural oxygen-barrier while plastic is not, so bottling in glass retains freshness longer.

Directions

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Store at room temperature. Honey may crystallize; to liquefy, place in pan of hot water. Not for children under 1 year of age.

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Excellent QualityReview by Alexis Mitchell (Amazon Verified Feedback posted 8/19/16)
Excellent quality and best of all, packaged in glass.

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