116 Main St. Weston, TX 75097, US

(972) 567-2542

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Organic Wild Texas Honey since 2002

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About Wild Honey

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Texas Range Honey™

*If the bees disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have 4 more years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals...no more man.

ALBERT EINSTEIN

Unlike  highly-processed honey found in most grocery stores, Texas Range Honey™  is never, pasteurized or altered in any way. Before bottling our  beekeeper gently screens out large hive particles like wax, bee parts,  etc. from the honey. TRH is completely unfiltered and responsibly  harvested. Free of any chemicals, additives, antibiotics, pesticides,  herbicides, and pollutants. We offer the most natural Wild Honey in Texas.

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Why Raw Bio-Active HONEY?

Raw Bio-Active wild honey differs from regular honey in that, it has never been heated past temperatures that naturally occurs inside the hive. As bees deposit nectar (what becomes honey) into their hives, the temperature inside can climb as high 100+ degrees Fahrenheit, however, most of the honey you’ll find in grocery stores has been heated far beyond this temperature. Large producers will usually heat honey to make it faster and easier to  micro-filter and bottle. The heating process (often referred to as pasteurization) damages or destroys most of the key nutrients in raw honey, including: naturally occurring enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals.


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What is Filtered Honey?

After pasteurization, large bottlers and honey packers will often filter honey through a fine grain filter in order to rid the honey of any visual impurities (bits of honeycomb, bee parts, bee pollen, etc). Since bee pollen is a source of many nutrients, including protein, vitamins, and antioxidants, the filtering process further removes nutrients from the end product. [Side note on bee pollen: it’s believed by many that bee pollen can offer some allergy symptom relief.

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Texas Range Honey, LLC

116 Main Street Weston, TX 75097, US

(972) 567-2542

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Saturdays: 9am - 2pm