What’s our return policy?
We will refund the cost of any of our products--no questions asked--within 30 days of purchase.
How can you contact us?
We are available by phone, email, or through the contact us form on this website.
Does honey ever go bad?
No, honey is one of the only foods that does not go bad. Just store your honey in the bottle in a dry place. People sometimes think that honey that has crystallize has gone bad. This is not true, all raw and unfiltered honey will crystallize over time and it is perfectly good to eat.
Do I need to store honey in the refrigerator?
No, you do not need to put your honey in the refrigerator. Honey has natural properties that prevent it from spoiling. Honey may be more likely to crystallize if it is stored in the refrigerator.
How do I make my crystallized honey liquid again?
All raw and unfiltered honey will crystallize over time and it is perfectly good to eat. Follow these simple steps to liquefy your crystallized honey.
- Place warm water into a cup or bowl that is big enough to immerse at least ½ of your bottle of honey
- Remove lid from honey
- Place bottle of honey in warm water
- Stir honey every few minutes
- Repeat until honey has returned to your desired consistency
Do you have regular honey?
This is the most common question we get asked at any farmers market. The answer is, there is no one “regular” type of honey. Honey is made by honey bees and will differ primarily by the type of flower nectar that they are collecting at the time. Most of the honey that is found on the store shelf is actually a mix of honey from different locations, has been ultra-purified, and heated. This insures that it looks good and tastes the same but will remove all of the health benefits that are in Raw and Unfiltered honey. Read more about this in our blog section.