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How Honey is Made
To create honey, bees collect nectar from a variety of wildflowers, herbs, and other flowering plants commonly found right in your backyard. Older worker bees collect the nectar from flowers, store it in their stomachs, and transport it back to the hive to be put in the comb. During the flight back to the hive, enzymes in the bee’s stomach convert the complex sugars of the nectar into simpler sugars, in a process known as inversion. After the nectar is placed in the beeswax cells, young worker bees use their wings to furiously fan the nectar to evaporate water, dehydrating the nectar to create pure honey. Once bees have finished this process they cap the honeycomb, sealing it for winter.
What Makes Us Different
We invite you to try our honey and taste the difference for yourself.
Red Bluff, CA
-A & R Meats
-Enjoy the Store/Cedar Crest Brewing
-R & R Quality Meats
-Holiday Market- Placer St.
-Enjoy the Store
Mount Shasta, CA
-Mt. Shasta Super Market
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