Honeycomb is the wax structure honeybees use to store honey and raise their young. It is made up of hexagonal wax cells that are used to hold nectar, pollen, and eggs. The bees use enzymes to convert the nectar they collect into honey and store it in the honeycomb cells. Honeycomb is also consumed as a food product and is considered a delicacy; it’s often eaten on its own or used as a topping for desserts, such as ice cream or yogurt. It’s also used in cooking and baking; it can be added to salads or sandwiches for a unique texture and flavor. Honeycomb is a natural product and should be consumed as such, and it’s best to avoid honeycomb that has been treated with any chemicals or preservatives. The best honeycomb is the one that local beekeepers produce. It’s fresher and has a higher nutritional value.
NET WEIGHT: 450Gms