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Raw Honey can be Gourmet Honey

Monday, March 31st, 2008

Raw honey debates still rage in the honey world. Since there is no agency or government that regulates the guidelines to produce raw honey, we have to revert to the science that we have at hand.buy Gourmet Honey Now Raw honey can be defined as honey that has not been heated above the ambient temperature within the hive during honey gathering. There has been recorded temperatures of 118° within a beehive during nectar flow. Above this temperature, the honey wax or honey comb will melt. It is obvious that the highest temperature, we can use to define raw honey is 118°. The beekeeper can harvest the honey, store the honey and extract the honey in temperatures of 118° or lower and logically call his crop, raw honey.

Some retailers call their honey, “raw honey” even though it is been processed at 140°. Hundred and 40° for 45 minutes has been considered a pasteurization process that kills the natural enzymes, nutrients and vitamins, that are benificial to good health, that were in the honey. Most commercial honey packers heat their honey to 160° so that high pressure filters can be used in their bottling process. These temperatures are unacceptable in the defining of raw honey.

Raw honey, that is also Gourmet Honey is a premium honey not found at your local market. Raw honey does not flow very well at hundred and 118°. In fact, honey at this temperature flows like a huge thick blanket. The degree of difficulty to process honey that does not flow easily through cheesecloth or nylon straining cloth is very high and time-consuming not to mention COSTLY! Therefore, the production of raw honey is more expensive, but the biggest cost is in the storage of unpasteurized honey. Honey that has not been pasteurized,such as Raw Honey, will ferment due to airborne yeast spores that are found everywhere on the earth including the Arctics. The yeast spores and the sugars in the honey can cause the honey to ferment. Fermented honey would have to be discarded for a lost to the beekeeper. Therefore, raw honey must be sold and consumed in a reasonable period of time after harvest. Gourmet raw honey is a culinary delight and should be enjoyed on the par with fine wines.

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Gourmet Honey Gifts

Saturday, November 04th, 2006

Honey gift has always been a gift of honor, trust and treasure. Honey has been used as currency so the idea of honey gifts are grounded in tradition and cultures all over the world. Honey gifts are commonly given for weddings, birthdays and house warming occasions.buy Gourmet Honey Now

The ideal honey gift is a selection of honeys that gives multiple tastes without an extravagant expense. Four honey flavors in 5 oz. containers is an ideal honey gift. Blackberry Honey, king of all tea sweetening honeys, from the Pacific Northwest, Tupelo Honey, highly prized and very expensive to produce, from North Florida, Star Thistle Honey, America’s Favorite Honey, 12 years in a row, from Michigan, and Saw Palmetto Honey, Everglades Golden Honey, the hidden treasure thought to be endangered, from South Florida combine four Gourmet Honeys not found collectively anywhere else. The best Honey Gift Set is available from www.honeytaster.com/

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Honey bees, other pollinators 'declining dramatically'  Rappahannock News

Honey bees are invaluable to the health of the U.S. agricultural economy — not to mention Americans — as they enable the production of at least 90 ...



Beekeepers want you to help bees during Pollinators Awareness Week  KRDO

As temperatures warm up, beekeepers in southeast Colorado are asking people to help pollinators do their job this summer.



The Buzz: Pollinators are Essential  Southeast AgNet

In the spirit of National Pollinator Week, the Alabama Cooperative Extension System salutes pollinators everywhere who are irreplaceable.....



Russia alarmed by large fall in bee populations  BBC News

Large areas of central and southern Russia have seen a major decline in their bee populations in recent months. The head of the Russian beekeepers' union, ...



The Plant Lady: Want your garden to produce? Here are tips to make summer fruitful  Sacramento Bee

If your garden is not producing, here are a few simple rules and guidelines for vegetable pollination in Sacramento, California.



Why are bees dying in the US?  Quartz

The numbers aren't improving for bees in the US, and scientists still haven't figured out what exactly is causing the problem. Over the last year, American ...



Native Bumble Bees Are Poised to Be First Pollinators Protected Under California Endangered Species Act  Good News Network

The California Fish and Game Commission has voted to begin the process of classifying 4 species of bumble bee native to the state as endangered.



Papa John's made a mini pizza for bees  AdAge.com

The U.K. promotion featuring the 'Beezza' launches a honey-topped pie and benefits a bee charity.



Bees and Beekeepers Feel the Sting of Trump Administration's Anti-Science Efforts  Earthjustice

It's been a particularly terrible summer for bees. Recently, the U.S. EPA announced it is allowing the bee-killing pesticide sulfoxaflor back on the market. And just ...



Trump Stings Honeybees While They're Down  Mother Jones

Bees are in a world of trouble right now. A few years ago, the US Environmental Protection Agency took some steps to protect the insects by limiting the use of an ...



Scientists alarmed by loss of bee colonies call for help from artificial intelligence  The Denver Channel

After a significant kill off of bees over the winter, tech companies are looking for solutions to keep bees healthy.



A better way to bee  Ashland Tidings

Honeybees contribute nearly $20 billion to the value of U. S. crop production and many of the country's crops would not exist without the honeybee, according to ...



Five pollinators beyond honeybees  Herald and News

The plight of pollinators has been a common topic among both gardeners and non-gardeners for the last few years. An illegal application of pesticide on Linden ...



Meet the beekeeper who looks after 5 million bees and counting in the Austin area  KVUE.com

AUSTIN, Texas — When Erika Thompson discovered the world of bees, it didn't take her long to instantly become fascinated with them. Within nine years ...



Lidl To Step Up Biodiversity Support For Bees In Operation Pollination  Checkout

Lidl Ireland has announced that it is stepping up its support for biodiversity by launching Operation Pollination and signing up to the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan.



Brain game! How long will it take you to spot the bee in the flowers?  countryliving.com

There's nothing like a good brain-teasing puzzle, and this one is sure to get you thinking. Can you spot the bee among the colourful flowers in the optical illusion ...



Bees with access to diverse flowering plants are healthier pollinators, USDA study shows  Genetic Literacy Project

Everyone wants healthy, thriving honey bee colonies. One-third of the food we eat requires pollinators, and commercial beekeepers transport honey bees.



No 'Bee-Apocalypse,' Thanks to Free Markets  Reason

Warnings of an impending "bee apocalypse" became widespread in 2006, after some commercial beekeepers reported the mass disappearance of worker ...



Bee thieves find sweet rewards in California's almond groves  CBS News

The need for pollination services amid surging almond production means bees are more in demand than ever.



Rapid decline in honey bee population 'unsustainable,' experts say  ABC News

Scientists are researching the potential consequences of the rapid decline of the honey bee population in the U.S. and how to mitigate its effects before it causes ...



Geneva Lake Conservancy pollinator tour to encourage planting of gardens to attract bees, butterflies  Lake Geneva Regional News

FONTANA — “I don't know where the bees are,” said Kathleen Renowden, a retired nurse who lives near Sutter Avenue in the town of Delavan.



Those honeybees you're so worried about? They're killing off wild bee species.  Grist

Those honeybees you've been fretting over are getting native bumblebees sick. A new study shows that viruses infecting domestic honeybees are spreading to ...



Monoculture farming is not good for bees: Study  Environmental Health News

Farmers around the world are increasingly relying on pollinators—but not providing the crop diversity bees and other insects need to thrive.



SPECIAL REPORT: Some beekeepers have lost 80 percent of their hives. Here's how to help  WSBT-TV

They may only be about a half inch long, but they're crucial to our ecosystem. From apple trees to coffee beans, roughly one-third of our food supply is ...



Agriculture Department Suspends Critical Tracking Of Plunging Honey Bee Population  HuffPost

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced that it's suspending tracking the plunging honeybee population because of a budget shortfall.



EPA approves use of bee-killing pesticide  Roll Call

Just days after another federal agency suspended its periodical study of honey bee populations, the EPA greenlighted the wider use of a pesticide that ...



Honeybees hit by Trump budget cuts  CNN

Washington (CNN) The US Department of Agriculture has suspended data collection for its annual Honey Bee Colonies report, citing cost cuts -- a move that ...



The importance of honey bees News  Sampson Independent

It seems as though modern times have proven to be constantly evolving at a rapid pace. There are new advancements in technology and methods becoming ...



Native bees pollinating flowers for centuries  Bruins Central

Unlike honey bees, native bees do not produce surplus honey or wax.



Are commercial honeybees making wild bees sick?  PBS NewsHour

Everyone wants to save the bees. But as populations decline every year, we may be saving them to death. Human efforts to breed more of these insects in ...



Who knew? Palm Beach bees help pollinate California almonds and Maine blueberries  Palm Beach Post

Al Salopek humanely removes bees on Palm Beach and elsewhere that he keeps on his property and seasonally sends to California and Maine to help pollinate ...



DU club addresses pollinator decline on campus and beyond  University of Denver

Bees may spell fear for some, but Dana Lenhoff, a recent University of Denver graduate, is fond of their “furry little bodies” and keenly aware of how vital they are ...



Wildfires disrupt important pollination processes by moths and increase extinction risks  Science Daily

Researchers have shown for the first time the detrimental effect of wildfires on moths and the ecological benefits they provide by transporting pollen, making ...



Chicago Botanic Garden Exhibit Explores the Vital Role of Pollinators  WTTW News

Chicago Botanic Garden's new exhibit, “Bees & Beyond,” highlights the role of pollinators in sustaining a diverse ecosystem. (Courtesy Chicago Botanic Garden).



That Big Rig You're Passing Might Be Full of Bees  Jalopnik

There are still cowboys driving livestock across America in 2019. While most of us are snoozing, they're rolling up to dark fields with trucks full of creatures that ...



Bees, trees and a sense of unease  High Country News

This article was originally published by HuffPost and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. In January, with the almond bloom in ...



Berkeley Talks transcript: What can be done to protect pollinators  UC Berkeley

[Music: “Silver Lanyard” by Blue Dot Sessions]. Anne Brice: This is Berkeley Talks, a Berkeley News podcast that features full-length lectures and conversations ...



Florida bees help pollinate California almonds and Maine blueberries  Destin Log

A Florida bee keeper humanely removes bees and seasonally sends them to California and Maine to help pollinate crops.



DEP Needs Stronger Pesticide Rule to Protect Bees  InsiderNJ

DEP Needs Stronger Pesticide Rule to Protect Bees. The New Jersey Sierra Club today sent comments to DEP recommending amendments to the Pesticide ...



Being a friend to bees  UMN News

From beekeeping short-courses to bee lawns, you can help bees and other pollinators.



Winter Bee Declines Greatest in 13 Years: Survey  The Scientist

US keepers of honeybees lost about 38 percent of their colonies over the 2018–19 winter, according to preliminary results from a survey conducted by the Bee ...



Oracle Uses Blockchain To Solve A Billion-Dollar Food Industry Problem  Forbes

Oracle will use its blockchain framework in combination with the Hive Network to develop a “BeeMark” label to show that honey is being produced sustainably.



Alamosa News | Alamosa Landscapes: Flower color and pollinators  Valley Courier

I've often heard that flower color is very important in the relationship between flowers and pollinators. According to the Colorado State University extension ...



EXTENSION CORNER: Pollinators are irreplaceable pieces of puzzle  Gadsden Times

In the spirit of National Pollinator Week, which recently was completed, the Alabama Cooperative Extension System salutes pollinators everywhere who are ...



The Little Things: Pollination at its Finest -  Adirondack Almanack

Every visit from a butterfly or bee, guarantees the continuation of that plant on farms, gardens and forest meadows.



EPA Approves Expanded Use of Indiana-made Insecticide Toxic to Bees  Indiana Environmental Reporter

Sulfoxaflor protects crops from aphids and tarnished plant bugs, but is linked to bee death and population decline.



Who's Next: Dawn Musil  Washington Life Magazine

What's the buzz in the beekeeping and pollination industry right now? The answer: Dawn Musil's HiveLend, which aims to aide the pollination industry and make ...



Buzzkill: Why continuing bee deaths could leave Virginians stung  Lynchburg News and Advance

A soft buzz, almost like a hum, filled the air as Glen Clayton Jr. reached into a beehive and pulled out a wooden frame.



An Echo Press Editorial: Help bees survive and thrive  Alexandria Echo Press

Bees don't really affect me. In fact, I'd like to see less of them so I don't have to worry about getting stung. It's that kind of apathy that's allowing a bad problem to ...



How honey bee deaths could have economic impact on Middle Georgia’s agriculture  Macon Telegraph

A survey by Auburn University found that beekeepers have suffered honey bee colony losses. UGA's bee specialists explain what that means for Georgia ...



How to attract bees, hummingbirds and more pollinators to your yard or garden with potted flowers  OCRegister

This spring's super bloom was a boon to bees, but in the summer months local pollinators – whose species include a wide variety of butterflies, beetles, moths, ...



Dutch city Utrecht turns 316 bus stops into 'bee stops' to help bees thrive  Metro.co.uk

City in Holland creates bee stops to help encourage bee populations to thrive in the city.



The Liverpool bee whisperer who rescues the precious insects from the city's streets  Liverpool Echo

'If the bees die, then humans die,' says Barry, who coaxes bees to safety with nothing more than a folded t-shirt and a smoker.



Native bees are going extinct without much buzz  Inhabitat

While the nation buzzes about the massive die-off of honeybees, native bumblebees are quietly going extinct. Although their role as pollinators contributes ...



City, Cal envision a bee-friendly Berkeley  Berkeleyside

A coalition of students and residents is creating quite a buzz for more bee-friendly habitats in Berkeley. UC Berkeley undergrad Taylor Rein began the push on ...



She was determined to save the world — one buzzing backyard beehive at a time  Washington Post

What exactly can prepare a neophyte for her first encounter with 10000 stinging insects? She was about to find out.



Wildfires negatively impact nighttime moth pollination • Earth.com  Earth.com

A new study has found that unlike bees and butterflies, wildfires have a negative impact on key night-time pollinators: moths.



316 Dutch Bus Stops Are Now Covered in Flowers, Creating Bee Oasis  Green Matters

Utrecht, Holland now has 316 bus stops covered in flowers and other plants, providing bee habitats among other environmental benefits.



#Beetech: Azavea and Penn State made a tool to see 'bee's eye view' of hive environments  Technical.ly

The digital platform can inform beekeepers about the number and types of nearby pollinators, pesticide use and any other crop factors so they can keep their ...



Squash bees are unknown experts in their field (and mine)  Johnson City Press (subscription)

Recent visitors in my backyard garden turned out not to be the bees I thought they'd be. I found them early one morning when checking my raised beds while ...



The shocking pictures showing what London might look like if bees became extinct  MyLondon

Bees and other pollinators play a hugely important role in not only the natural environment but also our health. They are crucial to our food supplies, clothing and ...



KW commercial farmer has advice for new beekeepers  Virginia Gazette

Riverside Produce Farm owner Luke Hallman has been using bees for over 10 years to pollinate his 40-acre melon farm.



"Green roofs" provide a safe haven for bees on bus stops  World Economic Forum

Utrecht in the Netherlands has redesigned over 300 bus stops to feature "green roofs", which aim to provide a habitat for bees in the city.



Some Atlanta chefs don’t have to go far to get hands on honey  Atlanta Journal Constitution

It's commonplace to see chefs dressed in white — white jackets, that is. But it's rare to watch culinarians zip up full-body white beekeeping suits with netted ...



'Pollinator-friendly' Carlton abuzz with events Saturday  Pine Journal

Shortly after the one-year anniversary of the city of Carlton earning its "pollinator-friendly" designation, the Oldenburg House is gearing up for Bee Friendly Day ...



Earth Matters: Get On the Pollinator Pathway, Nyack  NyackNewsAndViews

Earth Matters focuses on conservation, sustainability, recycling and healthy living. This weekly series is brought to you by Maria Luisa Boutique and Strawtown ...



Brandt’s Bees celebrates, protects honey bees  The Hants Journal

By Paul Pickrem Things are buzzing at Brandt's Bees. Jane and Perry Brandt have been selling honey and other honey by-products for 11 years, made from ...



Netherlands: City of Utrecht turns 316 bus stops into 'bee stops'  FreshPlaza.com

FreshPlaza, portal for the *fresh* produce industry, offering the latest news, job advertisements, pricewatching, and photo reports.



When Research and Education Cross-Pollinate  UT News | The University of Texas at Austin

On a steamy morning in early July, education, research and *service* to community have converged on a single acre of land. On one side, joggers and cyclists ...



The Latest Casualty of President Trump’s Budget Cuts? Honeybees  Observer

Bees are vanishing at an alarming rate. Not only that, but honeybees are being hit by the Trump administration's budget cuts. This week, the U.S. Department of ...



Don't forget about the bees  Osakis Review

Editor's note: The following information was provided by the Todd County Soil and Water Conservation District. Birds and deer are often the objective as to why a ...



Lawrence University becomes Bee Campus certified  WeAreGreenBay.com

Bees are getting some extra attention at Lawrence University after they were recently awarded the Bee Campus USA certification. Honey bees were hard at work ...



GlenStar's Newest Tenants: Honeybees  Bisnow

GlenStar Properties just installed beehives at two of its suburban properties as a sustainability measure.



More 'Intensive' Beekeeping Doesn't Lead To More Bee Diseases  Science 2.0

The number one killer of honeybees is not pesticides, despite expensive marketing campaigns by environmental groups trying to claim that is the case (1), and it ...



Honeybees just had a record winter die-off  Big Think

Nearly 40 percent of bee colonies died last winter, the highest die-off reported to date. Sadly, this isn't an isolated incident: Bee populations have been ...



This Buzzy Insect May Be the Secret to Growing the Best Blueberries  southernliving.com

Summertime yields some of the most glorious produce, and in the South, this bounty almost always includes an abundance of berries. In particular, the rabbiteye ...



If you want to attract pollinators, don't forget about some favorite garden vegetables  Reading Eagle

Planting clumps of blooming flowers is a popular method for attracting foragers, but some flowering edibles will entice them, too.



Hand Pollinating Squash for Higher Yields and Seed Saving  Mother Earth News

Photo by Pixabay/MabelAmber. Hand pollinating squash may be necessary when poor weather conditions mean there aren't many natural pollinators such as ...



South Dakota beekeepers are helping bees stay alive  KCAU 9

S.D. (KCAU) — According to the USDA, the United States currently has 2.6 million honey-producing bee colonies. That many bees are producing more than a ...



Grab your camera: Ooltewah sunflower blooms peaking now  WRCB-TV

You can happily roam the sunflower fields at Smith-Perry Berries to take photos, pick flowers, or simply enjoy nature.



Climate change: Bees are disorientated by flowers' changing scents  SBS

One way in which climate change could affect pollination activity is through smell - altering the scent of plants, and thus the capacity of bees to recognise them ...



Why No One Reports That Capitalism Saved The Bees  PanAm Post

Those who, in the era of social network supremacy, didn't know how and why capitalism saved the bees were the ones who didn't want to know.



Bill To Reinstate Obama Pesticide Ban Ignores Science  Townhall

The battle over neonicotinoid pesticides rages on. In response to one of many collusive sue-and-settle lawsuits between environmentalist groups and Obama ...



There’s a buzz growing around backyard beekeeping in James City County  WTKR News 3

Recently the beekeeping community became all "a-buzz" after one of their fellow county keepers was forced to give up her coveted hives that she had nurtured ...



Bee Keeping class shows perks for farmers  WFXL FOX 31

Local farmers got a chance to learn how to help the environment and make more money today. The Southwest Georgia Project launched the beekeeping ...



What will happen if bees become extinct, and how to stop it  Stylist Magazine

What will happen to agriculture and urban landscapes if bees become extinct and how to help protect bees.



Gardening for pollinators the new buzz, for good reason  Virginian-Pilot

It seems the new buzzword (yes, pun intended) in gardening is pollinators. "Protect the pollinators," "pollinator gardens," etc. are becoming common phrases, ...



How To Save The Bees From Climate Change  Glamour UK

35 UK bee species are under threat of extinction, and all species face serious threats due to climate change. Here's how you can help.



Why mason bees matter in your garden, plus the right way to make a mason bee house  LancasterOnline

When Dyan and Mark Eisenberger decided to make their garden in Columbia more pollinator-friendly, they started by removing nonnative plants. They planted ...



Honeybees are killing off wild bumblebee species which are important for large crop pollination  Lonerock Ledger

We've heard stories over the last few years about the possible demise of the honeybee population and the dire impact it would have on our food supply chain.



Flowers can hear bees and it results in them producing sweeter nectar  Fourways Review

The world is filled with sounds and they play a role in living and surviving. Thinking about this caused Tel Aviv University researcher Lilach Hadany to wonder ...



UNH research supports Granite State's native bees  Greenhouse Management

The research not only assesses the state of native bees but allows citizens to find ways to support them.



Veteran Family Bee Farm  WJHG-TV

If you frequent local farmers markets you will probably spot a sign that says Register Family Farm. In this case, the family is full of veterans and the farm is a ...



Dobie: A tough time for the bees  Newsday

The food supply is pollinated by them. But some are dying at an alarming rate.



Bee crisis getting worse | News  Milton Daily Standard

WEST MILTON — A commercial pollinator said this week that the decline of his honey bee population was continuing.



On saving tomatoes and growing squash, there are lots of tidbits to know  Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

I keep an ongoing electronic file of gardening articles I mean to get back to when I have the time. This week, I finally carved out some hours and found.



Sensors and Machine Learning to Help Beekeeping  CloudWedge

An Irish startup intends to employ IoT technology to monitor bees, track their movement, and learn from their behaviors. ApisProtect outfits bees with sensors that ...



Fly drive Giving thanks for vital tasks they perform  HeraldScotland

Although flies are invaluable, they do get a dreadful press. Think fly and you'll see a buzzing black cloud tormenting your hapless head. Or a…



Stopping bees swapping hives keeps disease down and productivity up  The Economist

The probable reason is that they don't then spread mites.



Creating a buzz: Israeli entrepreneurs aim to save the bees  Science Business

An Israeli company is developing sensor technology to monitor the ever-more-imperilled state of bees. Beekeepers began to report that hives were suffering ...


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