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Australian Pure & Natural Honeycomb 200g
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SPHONCO5.200

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This delicious pure & natural honeycomb can be enjoyed as a delicious treat or as a unique gift.
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Ingredients

Australian Pure & Natural Honeycomb

Nutritional Information
Av. Per 100g
Energy (kj)
1476
Protein (g)
0.37
Fat Total (g)
0
Fat Saturated (g)
0
Carbohydrate (g)
86.5
Sugars (g)
73
Sodium (mg)
0
Serving Size (g)
20
All the natural elements are preserved and no heat has been applied during harvesting or processing. As they say "Enjoy"!
Country of Origin
Made in Australia from 100% Australian ingredients
Cane Sugar Free
Cane Sugar Free
Dairy Free
Dairy Free
Egg Free
Egg Free
Gluten Free
Gluten Free
Nut Free
Nut Free
Raw
Raw
Vegetarian
Vegetarian
Wheat Free
Wheat Free
Paleo
Paleo
Low Sodium
Low Sodium
Low Fat
Low Fat
Allergen Advice
No allergen advice is available for this product online. Please contact us if you have any allergen concerns.
Barcode
9344221000038

Not only is honeycomb delightful to look at, it can also be enjoyed as a delicious treat or given as a unique gift.

Serving suggestions include cheese and antipasto platters, or alternatively you can eat it the same way you would honey from a jar.

Bees do some pretty amazing things, not the least of which is the creation of their hexagonal wax celled wonder, the honeycomb.
You may have seen a real honeycomb, but have you ever wondered why or how it was created?
The why is simple, bees need somewhere to store honey, pollen and their larvae.
<br><p>As for the how, well..

Bees make honeycomb using wax from glands on their stomachs or abdomens. Generally speaking a bee needs to eat about two tablespoons of honey to make one ounce of wax, so making wax takes some time!
Some of the bees then make circles in the wax using their body as a tool and then they go on to form the hexagon cells.
But why hexagons?
Well it seems bees are pretty good at maths and geometry too as hexagonal structures are particularly strong and waste no space when used as a building material.
Aren’t bees clever!</p>

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Not only is honeycomb delightful to look at, it can also be enjoyed as a delicious treat or given as a unique gift.

Serving suggestions include cheese and antipasto platters, or alternatively you can eat it the same way you would honey from a jar.

Bees do some pretty amazing things, not the least of which is the creation of their hexagonal wax celled wonder, the honeycomb.
You may have seen a real honeycomb, but have you ever wondered why or how it was created?
The why is simple, bees need somewhere to store honey, pollen and their larvae.
<br><p>As for the how, well..

Bees make honeycomb using wax from glands on their stomachs or abdomens. Generally speaking a bee needs to eat about two tablespoons of honey to make one ounce of wax, so making wax takes some time!
Some of the bees then make circles in the wax using their body as a tool and then they go on to form the hexagon cells.
But why hexagons?
Well it seems bees are pretty good at maths and geometry too as hexagonal structures are particularly strong and waste no space when used as a building material.
Aren’t bees clever!</p>
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