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Exporter of a wide range of products which include multi-flora honey, natural honey and micro filtered honey.

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  • Multi-Flora Honey
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Approx. Rs 140  / Kilogram Get Latest Price

Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity100 Kilogram
Shelf Life24 months
Type Of HoneyMulti Flora
Max. Moisture20 %
ColorLight Amber colour
Usage/ApplicationAyurvedic
Storage ConditionRoom Temprature
Honey is a by-product of flower nectar and the upper aero-digestive tract of the honey bee, which is concentrated through a dehydration process inside the bee hive. Honey has a very complex chemical composition that varies depending on the botanical source. It has been used both as food and medicine since ancient times. Human use of honey is traced to some 8000 years ago as depicted by Stone Age paintings. In addition to important role of natural honey in the traditional medicine, during the past few decades, it was subjected to laboratory and clinical investigations by several research groups and it has found a place in modern medicine. Honey has been reported to have an inhibitory effect on around 60 species of bacteria, some species of fungi and viruses. Antioxidant capacity of honey is important in many disease conditions and is due to a wide range of compounds including phenolics, peptides, organic acids, enzymes, and Maillard reaction products. Honey has also been used in some gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, inflammatory and neoplastic states. This review covers the composition, physico-chemical properties and the most important uses of natural honey in human diseases.
Multi flora honey is collected from Multiple flora naturally and has distinctive taste.

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  • Production Capacity: 20 Metric tonnes/day
  • Delivery Time: Immidiate
  • Packaging Details: All Kinds of bulk and custom packaging available
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  • Natural Honey
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Approx. Rs 150  / Kilogram Get Latest Price

Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity100 Kilogram
Pack sizeAll Pack Sizes in bulk and custom packing available
Shelf Life24 Months
Honey is a by-product of flower nectar and the upper aero-digestive tract of the honey bee, which is concentrated through a dehydration process inside the bee hive. Honey has a very complex chemical composition that varies depending on the botanical source. It has been used both as food and medicine since ancient times. Human use of honey is traced to some 8000 years ago as depicted by Stone Age paintings. In addition to important role of natural honey in the traditional medicine, during the past few decades, it was subjected to laboratory and clinical investigations by several research groups and it has found a place in modern medicine. Honey has been reported to have an inhibitory effect on around 60 species of bacteria, some species of fungi and viruses. Antioxidant capacity of honey is important in many disease conditions and is due to a wide range of compounds including phenolics, peptides, organic acids, enzymes, and Maillard reaction products. Honey has also been used in some gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, inflammatory and neoplastic states. This review covers the composition, physico-chemical properties and the most important uses of natural honey in human diseases.
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  • Production Capacity: 20 Metric tonnes/day
  • Delivery Time: Immidiate
  • Packaging Details: We provide all kinds of packaging in bulk and customiz3d packaging.
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  • Micro Filtered Honey
  • Micro Filtered Honey
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Approx. Rs 145  / Kilogram Get Latest Price

Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity100 Kilogram
Moisture18-20%
HMFLess than 30
Honey is a by-product of flower nectar and the upper aero-digestive tract of the honey bee, which is concentrated through a dehydration process inside the bee hive. Honey has a very complex chemical composition that varies depending on the botanical source. It has been used both as food and medicine since ancient times. Human use of honey is traced to some 8000 years ago as depicted by Stone Age paintings. In addition to important role of natural honey in the traditional medicine, during the past few decades, it was subjected to laboratory and clinical investigations by several research groups and it has found a place in modern medicine. Honey has been reported to have an inhibitory effect on around 60 species of bacteria, some species of fungi and viruses. Antioxidant capacity of honey is important in many disease conditions and is due to a wide range of compounds including phenolics, peptides, organic acids, enzymes, and Maillard reaction products. Honey has also been used in some gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, inflammatory and neoplastic states. This review covers the composition, physico-chemical properties and the most important uses of natural honey in human diseases.It is crystal Clear in appearance which makes it idea for repackaging and bottling with a great shelf.
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  • Production Capacity: 20 Metric tonnes/day
  • Delivery Time: Immidiate
  • Packaging Details: Bulk packing 30 kg, 1 Kg, 70 kg and 300 Kg
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Khasra No. 180, Bela Bathari Tahaliwala
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Himachal Pradesh, India
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