The latest Buzz
All the latest news and conversation about our Premium Raw Honey.
Why you should put honey in your coffee? Do you sweeten your coffee? If you do, you more than likely toss in a cube or teaspoon of refined sugar or an artificial sweetener or perhaps pour in a flavoured syrup.read more
Australian Eucalyptus Honey is a Low GI Food Knowing the GI rating of the food you eat is important not only to diabetics but also to people wanting to improve their energy and concentration levels.read more
The New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries has developed a new scientific definition of Manuka Honey and proposed new General Requirements for Export (GREX) of New Zealand Manuka Honey.read more
Did you know the average worker bee produces 1/12 teaspoon of honey in her lifetime? Or that bees fly some 55,000 miles to produce around 400g of honey?read more
Have you ever reached for the jar of honey in the back of your pantry cupboard and found that the lovely clear runny honey you bought a couple of months back is now almost solid? Don’t panic and, whatever you do, don’t throw out the honey. Your honey has not spoiled or gone off. It is simply crystallising.read more
We’re very excited about introducing our Australian Manuka Jelly Bush Honey to the international market next month. We’re sure that consumers who already love our raw eucalyptus honey will enjoy the sweet taste as well as the health and well-being benefits of this important new addition to our range.read more
We’ve been to a lot of tasting and trade events over the last few months and the majority of visitors to Gustare Honey’s stand had the same questions:
How is our honey different?
How is our honey produced?
What is Eucalyptus honey?
Why is our raw honey so different to the honey supplied in the UK and European supermarkets?
Is it good for you?
A lot of questions right? And they made us think it was about time we provided a bit more detail and told you more about why our honey is so special.read more
The Gustare team exhibited our range of raw honeys at the International Food and Drink Event (IFE) at ExCel London from 19 to 22 March. Our eye-catching stand was consistently busy, with hundreds of representatives from the food and beverage sector tasting our...read more
The March edition of the very popular Devonshire magazine ‘Devon Life’ saw our co-founder, Devon local Jason Hayward-Jones, discuss all things honey with Food and Drink Editor Catherine Courtenay. We were delighted to have this opportunity to promote our delicious raw...read more
On 11 February Gustare Honey held a tasting of its raw Australian honey at Food for Living, a leading Dartford health food shop in Kent. The event was an opportunity for consumers to experience Gustare’s delicious, pure honey from bees that collect nectar from the...read more