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Packing unfiltered raw honey since 1918—as the bees intended.
Sandt’s is proud to be an established family owned business, offering a rich legacy of commitment to quality for almost a century. Our process is what makes us unique. Unlike the majority of honey sitting on store shelves today, we at Sandt’s do not filter any of our honey, which would remove their natural nutrients. Nor do we add extenders, additives or anything at all. Every bottle of Sandt’s honey is all genuine, pure honey.
All of Sandt’s honey is kosher certified by the largest and most recognizable kosher certification organization in the country, OU (Orthodox Union).
FLAVOR OF BUCKWHEAT HONEY
Buckwheat plants grow best in cool, moist climates. The buckwheat plant prefers light and well-drained soils, although it can thrive in highly acid, low fertility soils as well. Buckwheat is usually planted in the spring or is found growing wild. It blooms quite early and it yields a dark brown honey of strong, distinct flavor.
UNFILTERED VS FILTERED
At Sandt’s, we pride ourselves on carrying on the tradition of supplying providers and consumers with the best, unfiltered honey money can buy. We strive to exceed standards and educate the public about the benefits of unfiltered honey.
When honey is filtered using diatomaceous earth, all the “good stuff”—the pollen, enzymes, antioxidants, and vitamins— is removed. One might as well be eating processed corn syrup. Unlike the majority of honey sitting on store shelves today, we at Sandt’s do not alter any of our honey. Nor do we add extenders, additives or anything else. Every bottle of Sandt’s honey is genuine, pure honey.
Because bacteria cannot live in honey, it will not spoil and needs no refrigeration, which merely hastens granulation. Optimally, honey should be kept covered in a dry place at room temperature.
Even when properly stored, honey will begin to recrystallize at some time – usually six months to a year after bottling, depending on the honey variety. Again, this is completely normal – the honey is perfectly fine to eat. The honey is easily reliquefied by placing the container in hot – but not boiling – water or in an oven set no higher than 140 degrees. However, please be careful not to overheat the honey and melt the plastic container.
Granulation, or crystallization, is a natural phenomenon that does not harm the honey in any way. Likewise, the white foam often seen around the rim of the honey bottle is not cause for concern – it is not mold. The foam is a result of the bottling process.
It comes in dark brown colors with distinct rich flavor.
Packaged in a beautiful and unique box to protect the bottle. Makes a great gift
It can be used as cough syrup for treating a cough.