It takes a bee 10,000,000 trips to collect enough nectar to make 1 pound of honey...

A little information about honey

The story of honey is older than history itself. An 8,000-year-old cave painting in Spain depicts honey harvesting, and we know it's been used for food, medicine and more by cultures all over the world since.

But honey isn't about humans. It's the natural product made from bees—one of our planet's most important animals. Honeybees visit millions of blossoms in their lifetimes, making pollination of plants possible and collecting nectar to bring back to the hive.

Lucky for us, bees make more honey than their colony needs, and beekeepers remove the excess and bottle it. Just like they've been doing since the beginning of time.


Where to buy honey

If you would like to buy honey that is made by bees that are kept by beekeepers in your local area, phone one of the numbers below and make arrangements to purchase.

Enfield07930 829856
Grovelands Park020 8886 1999
Palmers Green07703 296940
Winchmore Hill07957 798877