Honey is a sweet food made by bees using nectar from flowers. The variety produced by honey bees is the one most commonly referred to, as it is the type of honey collected by most beekeepers and consumed by people.
Country Of Origin: Product of Turkey
Ingredients: 100% Pure Bee Honeycomb.
Product Weight: 400 Grams (14 OZ)
Storage Instructions: Keep in Dry and Cool Place
Posted by Nick M. on 12th Jul 2017
Great honey comb. A hit at the party. Will order again. Thanks.
Posted by Eric on 7th Jul 2017
Anyone that has honey for a period of time knows when it sits it will form crystals. I knew for honey in a jar all you have to do is place the jar of honey in boiling water for about 15 minuets and it's back to new. This product is fine!
Other review is wrong
Posted by Suzanne on 13th Jun 2017
Honey can crystalize. Sorry other reviewer, you are wrong.
Do not buy! This product has sugar solvent!!
Posted by kvadde on 9th May 2017
Do not buy this product. It is expensive, looks very real...and yet fake. I brought this once and after few days I noticed sugar crystals under the honey comb. But, I microwaved it to make it look clear again. Which clearly means it's impure. This packet is not a content of pure honey at all!! Do not waste your money by buying this product.
Butch tran from Indianapolis
Posted by Butch T. on 9th Apr 2015
My dad love your product, he like to drink tea and honeycomb in the morning, next year I will order some more, your product are cheap and high quality thank you vedicpro.
Posted by John M. on 30th Mar 2015
product was excellent, however the hard plastic lid on the container was cracked and there was some leakage. Fortunately the temperature was cold enough to limit this leakage to a small amount inside the plastic bag cover that covered the main container.
Hello Wally Mseitif, You've recently bought Ziyad Pure Bee Honeycomb 400 Grams (14 Oz), what do you think about it?
Posted by Wally M. on 27th Mar 2015
The packaging was very well done and arrived on time. However, I was disappointed with the product. It resembled more of chunk honey than comb honey. The process of producing comb honey involves allowing the combs (after sectioning)to drain along the edges completely before packaging in their trays. In addition most of the honey was crystallized. It tasted good but overall it was more work for what I needed it for. I am not sure if I am going to be able to utilize the remaining 26 units. A partial refund will be very much appreciated. Thank you.wally mseitif