Raw honey is simply honey that hasn’t been pasteurised, heated significantly above 35°C, or processed.

It’s just pure honey the way nature intended it to be.

Pasteurisation helps improve its shelf life, but also kills the beneficial yeast and enzymes found in raw honey.

The temperature of a beehive is about 35°C, and many ‘raw’ kinds of honey are heated slightly to about 38°C, but this isn’t enough to kill the beneficial enzymes in the honey.

You can buy local raw honey direct from beekeepers, or order raw honey online.