Honeycomb

Honeycomb is a cluster of hexagonal cells that honey bees built in the interior of their beehive. The sealed cells serve as an airtight storage space.
Essentially the walls and cells are made out of beeswax and the goodness stored within... you guessed it: Pure, raw honey.
Interestingly, honeycomb can be eaten in its entirety. While the beeswax has some nutritional value with the exception of trace amounts of vitamin A, it is a very good source of roughage.

We all know the benefits of raw honey, but did you know that honey sealed in the comb is the most nutritious form of honey? Once exposed to air and humidity, the honey's nutritional value slightly changes, so there is a huge benefit to eating honeycomb.


While there is no Manuka Honey comb on the market, we have discovered some premium alternatives.

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