Two natural fine-beekeeping products with beneficial and nutritious properties for the body. Without undergoing any processing, exactly the way they are produced by bees. Harvested from an area listed on the European network Natura 2000, away from organized and intensive cultivation, in a pristine ecosystem rich in biodiversity.


Honeycomb is a natural product made by worker bees mainly from wax (about 90%) and bee pollen with propolis (about 10%). Bees built honeycombs with hexagonal shells, which are connected to each other, creating a polygon prismatic space (cells). They create these spaces to ensure the survival and prosperity of their community since they are used for storing honey which is their food, and bee pollen which is used to feed the newborns. It takes about 4 kilos of honey for the workers to produce 450 grams of wax needed to construct an entire honeycomb.

During honey harvesting from the beehive, honey is extracted from the honeycomb, while its structure remains unchanged and then it is returned to the hive to be reused by bees.

A small number of fresh, new honeycombs in which the bees have stored their honey, are removed from the hive and once chopped are offered intact to the consumer, just as the bees have created them.

Honeycomb is rich in carbohydrates, antioxidants and trace elements offering nutritional benefits for the body. Its main ingredient is raw honey, which contains enzymes that impart its antimicrobial and antibacterial properties. It also contains small amounts of propolis, bee pollen and royal jelly that has been widely known to have great benefits for human health.

Bee pollen is the food of newborn bees. It is a sticky, powdery material that worker bees collect from the flowers of various plants. It consists of pollen grains, the male reproductive cells of the plants, which, as bees gather them under their feet, form pellets, to which the nectar of flowers and other substances secreted by the bee adhere. The workers deposit these enriched pellets in the honeycomb cells and feed the young bees. Because pollen grains vary from flower to flower, and bee pollen comes from many kinds of flowers, its grains are colorful, as are the flowers.

No other natural product can compete with raw bee pollen in terms of nutritional value. It is a completely natural superfood, a health “bomb” for the human body, as it contains over 250 biologically active substances, such as plant proteins, amino acids, carbohydrates, lipids, vitamins and trace elements. Its content in these nutrients varies, depending on its botanical origin, but on average it contains 22% vegetable proteins, 31% carbohydrates, 5% lipids, almost the entire complex of B vitamins, vitamins H, C, and E and is rich in minerals. Just one tablespoon of bee pollen (15g) covers the daily human needs in vitamins and trace elements, while just 35 grams of bee pollen is enough to cover the daily protein needs of an adult.

Its main beneficial properties are:

  • strengthening metabolism thanks to its rich content of enzymes and coenzymes,
  • natural stimulation and enhancement of the body’s endurance and defense system.

Honeycomb with honey is 100% edible. Enjoy it:  

  • as it is: chew a piece, the honey will melt in the mouth -the bee wax is edible as well
  • on hot buttered bread, crepe or waffle
  • in yogurt, cereals, granola, muesli
  • with your favorite cheese
  • in confectionery as a garnish in ice creams and sweets

Enjoy bee pollen: 

  • As it is, or mixed with honey 
  • dissolved in fruit juices, drinks or smoothies
  • in yogurt, cereals, granola, muesli
  • in salads as a garnish or in dressings
  • in confectionery as a garnish in ice creams and sweets
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