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Festive Honey Gift Box (200gm)
Festive Honey Gift Box (200gm)
Festive Honey Gift Box (200gm)
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Festive Honey Gift Box (200gm)

An all honey gift box of goodness for your loved ones! 

Why choose honey as a gift?

  • Honey is a great immunity booster.
  • Honey is a great habit!
  • Our honeys are 100% natural, with no added flavours. 
  • Honey is a traditional gift and is auspicious.
  • Our honeys are ethically purchased and impact driven. 

This box contains 2 honey bottles of 200gm. You can select the honey combination from our range of honeys below. 

***Please note: all our honey have passed the NMR test and confirm to our honey origin as Indian. Readmore

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    • The sugar content in the honey,how do you quantify it if there is no added sugar

      Dear S.K.Kaul,

      Thank you for your question about the sugar content in Honey.

      Honey as it is sourced from flora nectar, naturaly contains sugar.

      The chemical composition of Honey is composed primarily of the simple sugars glucose and fructose – known as monosaccharides and a further 17% to 20% of water.

      Honey also contains other types of sugars such as sucrose (which is a disaccharide composed of fructose and glucose linked together through α-1–4 linkage). Usually, fructose is slightly sweeter than sucrose and glucose is less sweet.

      The sweetness of honey is dependent on its flora source - for example nectar from Litchi flowers and less sweet than nectar from Jamun flowers. A honey made from a a specific flower source – is dependent on the ratio of fructose to glucose that results from the bee’s processing the nectar of the specific flower. However in most of the honey’s fructose becomes predominating, thus, it achieves creation of a sweet honey taste. 

      I hope this answered your question.

      Stay well - VIJAYA PASTALA