Many of our customers assume that their honey "should not" crystallize and instead should remain "runny" and "creamy" all the time. However, like many myths we have heard about honey, this is not the case.
The honey crystallization process is both spontaneous and natural. Besides, honey crystallization helps to preserve the flavour and quality of your sweet healthy drink!
Different types of honey crystallize at various speeds, causing a difference in granularities.
So the next time you see crystallized honey, rejoice in the fact that you have gotten the real deal - the Pure, Raw and Untreated Honey.
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