Local NJ Wildflower Honey
Honeybees exploit various plant nectar sources throughout late spring and summer. This nectar, containing around 80% water, is brought back to the hives. The bees proceed to dehydrate the nectar, adding enzymes. The transformation into honey occurs when the water content reaches 15-18%. The term “wildflower” is employed because this type of honey is derived from the nectar of numerous different flowers.
With so much manipulation to the honey that is on the shelf you can’t trust that it is even honey, unless you know the beekeeper. You can trust my honey, you can know your beekeeper. If you really want, call me.
Pat Harrison, Owner and beekeeper, (201) 543-3549