Best Pure Natural Honey in Kenya
At Greenforest Foods limited we have partnered with 5000 bee keepers in the Eastern African Region who produce and supply us with pure natural honey in Kenya. Greenforest honey is harvested and processed with at most care to maintain its quality and natural sweetness. Greenforest honey is pure and without any additives. This is to maintain the quality and the natural taste of the honey. We therefore guarantee our customers of the best pure natural honey in Kenya.
Price of Honey in Kenya in 2022
Our direct partnership with farmers has helped us to produce one of the most affordable pure natural honey in Kenya. Our honey is processed and packaged locally without additional additives at our processing plant located Off North Airport Road Nairobi Kenya.
Here is a table showing the price of our honey in Kenya in 2022
|GFF Pure Honey Jar||300G||271|
|GFF Pure Honey Jar||500G||422|
|GFF Pure Honey Squeeze Bottle||500G||428|
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We have packaged our honey in both squeezable bottles and normal jars in various sizes. Greenforest Natural Pure Honey 1kg costs Ksh. 785, 500g cost Ksh. 428 for a squeezable bottle and Ksh. 422 for a jar, 300g costs Ksh. 271.
Where To Get Honey In Kenya
Greenforest Foods LTD is one of the leading producers of the best natural honey in Kenya. So if are wondering where you can find the best honey which is not fake and without additives, then you are going to love Greenforest honey.
Over the years our great relationship with farmers in the Eastern region of Kenya (Kitui, Makueni, Narok and Taita Taveta Counties) has made us to set and always maintain the best standards when it comes to honey production. We keep training farmers on the best practices when it comes to honey production to ensure that our honey is the best in the market.
Why Greenforest Honey is the Best in Natural Honey in Kenya
- The happen is pure with no additives
- The honey is affordable
- It is produced locally in Eastern region of Kenya
Some of the Benefits of Greenforest Honey
Honey is meant to be consumed in small amounts since its high in sugar. But unlike regular white table sugar, honey contains some noteworthy antioxidants that are proven to be good for the body
Natural humectant & skin brightener
Honey adds moisture or humidity naturally and treats dull skin, restoring its natural glow. Since raw honey crystalizes over time, the tiny granules act as a gentle exfoliant. It has toning, smoothening, brightening and depigmentation properties.
The probiotics, antioxidants, nutrients and enzymes in honey work together to nourish and plump the skin. While it doesn’t eliminate wrinkles, it reduces their appearance. The antioxidants help in reversing sun damage.
Owing to its antimicrobial activity, honey is used to treat coughs. It is commonly used to relieve sore throat, allergy symptoms or for asthmatic relief.
What is Honey?
According to Wikipedia, Honey is a sweet, viscous food substance made by honey bees and some other bees. Bees produce honey from the sugary secretions of plants or from secretions of other insects, by regurgitation, enzymatic activity, and water evaporation.
How To Tell If the Honey You Are Using is Pure
How can you be sure you are buying pure honey? Choosing between the various types and varietals offered on the market can be overwhelming if you aren’t buying it directly from a beekeeper. According to estimates, nearly three-fourths of the honey sold in some grocery stores is fake. Pollen, minerals, enzymes, and vitamins have all been removed from this processed product. All that is still in the jar is sweetened syrup. Disturbingly, some producers even mix in corn syrup and other sweeteners to dilute the real honey and lower the price of the “honey.”
Understand that these tests are not 100% accurate.
Honey crystallization is a natural occurrence in which it changes from a liquid to granular or semi-solid form for purely natural causes. What do you envision when you see a crystallized or semi-solid honey, then? It’s likely that you will disregard it as fake or tampered honey. This is because it’s a common misconception that “pure honey doesn’t crystallize,” even though the opposite is actually true.
Bees transform nectar into honey by processing it and adding unique enzymes. Natural honey as a result of this process has a propensity to crystallize and thicken when kept in storage. Inorganic honey won’t.
2. Check The Label
Make sure to read the label to learn where the honey originated rather than the location where it was packaged or at least find the information from their website. Check around the brand name or logo in addition to the ingredient list to check for “additives” or “added flavors.” Pure honey should only have one ingredient: honey. However, even if no other ingredients are listed, the manufacturer may not be telling the truth. So doing more research about the dealings of the brand company may help.
3. Paper Test
Add a few drops of the honey you are examining to a piece of paper. Pure honey won’t flow through and will stay solid. The paper will get wet and possibly even get soaked through if the honey isn’t pure.
4. Fire Test
This test only checks for added water in the honey, which may prevent the honey from burning. Dip a cotton pad or the cotton wick of a candle into a bit of the honey, and shake off the excess. Attempt to light the cotton pad or wick. If it burns easily, then it probably has no added water, but may or may not have other substances added. If it refuses to burn or makes a cracking sound instead, water may have been added.