Honey

It is the honey which makes us cruel enough to ignore the death of a bee

Munia Khan
Munia Khan
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Romania is the largest honey producer in the European Union, with around 30 thousand tons annually. 
Compared to the honey from other European countries, the Romanian honey has good market qualities due to its organic character and various botanic sources responsible for the specific flavour and consistency.

 

The honey we are offering is produced in accordance to the strict European Union Regulations, such as:
  • EU General Food Law, Regulation (EC) 178/2002
  • Regulation (EC) 470/2009 [21], in conjunction with the annexes of Regulation (EC) 2377/90 establishing maximum residue levels (MRLs)

 

For the organic types, they are in compliance with the European Council Regulation (EC) 834/2007:
  • beehives are located in an area, with a radius of 3 km, which is free of contamination with chemicals from industrial complexes, airports, or main roads;
  • hives built from natural materials;
  • crops on which the honeybees feed have not been chemically treated;
  • artificial honeybee fodder is also certified as organic;
  • diseases are only treated with approved organic substances;
  • honeybees are not be stupefied while harvesting the honey.

Product

Specifications
Romanian Honey

Main Types

  • Acacia;
  • Linden;
  • Rapeseed;
  • Sunflower;
  • Seabuckthorn,
  • Poli-flour
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