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Miraculous Taste of Nature 

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Mira Honey Figures

+15

Different types of honey

160

Different types of analysis

+900

Contracted Beekeeper

2500m

Height of hives in the mountain

Why Should We Consume Honey ?

 

Our daily food and energy need are increasing, especially in today’s demanding world. On the other hand, healthy and proper nutrition is essential for a healthy life.

Honey, both in terms of nutritional values and its contribution to human health, is the leading natural food.

 

It is unique.

 

One of the best ways to obtain healthy and proper nutrition as we well as to naturally obtain our daily energy and vitamin needs is to consume enough honey every day.

 

Honey does not deteriorate but can crystallise. Contrary to popular belief, real honey sometimes crystallises when not stored at proper temperature .

That doesn’t mean it’s gone bad and it can also be consumed if crystallised and it does not lose nutritional value. It is possible to bring the honey back to its consistency before the crystallisation by heating the honey container in a water bath (Bain-Marie  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bain-marie). Do not let tithe honey come into contact with water directly and ensure the water temperature does not exceed 45°C.

 

Fake honey does not crystallises because there are no natural extracts in it.

 

Honey : A Must for children but only after the age of 1

 

Honey with its vitamins, nutrients and energy value is an important food for children as well as for adults. Its vitamins, minerals, enzymes and amino acids contribute significantly to the physical development of children and helps to meet their energy needs and increase their body resistance.

 

However experts recommend that children under 1 year of age do not eat honey.

Why Mira Honey ?

 

 

Although there are thousands of honey companies in the world market, why Mira Honey ?

 

Our difference : We primarily collect our honeys from our contracted beekeepers in Europe and all over the world. All our honey analyses are made by an independent laboratory (QSI - Germany) and we provide consumers with direct access to these analysis results with the QR codes we place on the label of every Mira Honey Exclusive product sold.

 

What makes Mira Honey special: We strive to provide consumers with honey products of the highest quality. We spend our time finding the highest quality honeys not only in a specific region but also all around the world. In order to reach this quality, we sometimes go to a mountain of 2500 meters high through narrow pathways and sometimes we travel thousands of kilometres.

 
 

What Is Raw Honey ?

          Raw honey comes straight from the honeycomb. The beekeeper will usually just filter the honey to remove small bits of debris, including pollen, beeswax, and parts of dead bees. They do not pasteurize the honey.

Raw honey appears cloudy or opaque because it contains these extra elements. It is still safe to eat.

What Is Regular Honey ?

Regular, or pasteurized honey, is clear and smooth. The pasteurization process improves the honey’s appearance, increases its shelf-life, and kills yeast cells that can affect the taste of the honey.

However, some people believe that pasteurization reduces the number of antioxidants and nutrients in the honey.

How do they differ ?

Raw honey is naturally cloudier than regular honey due to honeycomb debris that is too small to be filtered out.

Raw honey tends to have more variation in color and texture than regular honey. The color of raw honey may change depending on what flowers the bees pollinated

 
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