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Sweet honey has tons of health benefits as well as being a staple kitchen ingredient. Experience a variety of honeys with our pack of Honey Sticks. Add bee pollen to your cereal and salads for another protein punch.

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    • Orange Blossom Honey 10.5 oz jar

      Enticing and surprising, Bee Raw’s Orange Blossom honey takes your senses on a journey through the orange grove. Notes of citrus and the tangy rind are playfully intertwined in a not-too-sweet captivating finish.

    • There are 5 grams of pure U.S. Grade A honey in each honey stick.

      • Clover Honey
      • California Orange Blossom Honey
      • Habanero Honey
      • Organic Agave Honey
      • Cinnamon Honey
      • Organic Agave / Lime Honey
      • Amaretto Honey
      • Wildflower Field Honey
      • Buckwheat Honey
      • Vanilla Honey


    • Sweet Yellow Clover Honey 10.5 oz Jar

      Yellow Melilot flower with its characteristically sweet smell translates to a wonderful nose on Bee Raw’s Sweet Yellow Clover honey. You’ll find it light, delicate, sweet and buttery at first taste, followed by warm undertones of cinnamon and nutmeg.

    • EntoVida Bee Pollen

      Two sizes:
      65 grams (a little over 2 ounces)
      227 grams (about half a pound)

      A sweet and healthy addition to any diet. Use it straight or add it to your salads, cereals or other dishes.


      $5.95 to $19.95
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