Gold Bee. A Honey Company.

Here at Gold Bee, we love our healthy food. In fact, we love it so much that we’ve dedicated years of hard work and research to making some of the best products that taste buds can…well, taste. Be it sweet or sour, savory or salty, we aim for those high numbers, for the best nutritional value and the top position on the health food market. Of course, those high numbers include as many people as possible. Eating healthy should be the norm, not the exception.

With a name like Gold Bee, you can easily guess what product we focus on the most — it’s honey.

Raw, natural honey is the gold standard of our company and we take great pride in being able to deliver it to anyone hungry for a healthy spoonful. And since there are so many benefits to raw honey, our founders saw fit to base their entire business model on it. It’s 2020 and we’re here sharing our love of honey with you, so it’s safe to say that the idea paid off.

Certified organic

Every plant we use has been grown on a farm


Genetic modification has degraded the quality of food 


We try to use the best-known techniques

What Is Raw Honey?

Have you ever seen that gold, sticky liquid that appears in the beehive before the beekeepers take it out? You know, that unfiltered, viscous liquid with that distinct, sweet smell? That right there is raw honey, the kind that the bees quite literally still step in.







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Raw honey contains lots of impurities. These include beeswax, pollen, and bits of dead bees. We should stress that, despite how it may look to us, this raw honey is still good to eat, bee parts and all. None of it is really toxic or dangerous for the human body. However, beekeepers still strain it to remove the impurities. Once they do, that raw honey is good to eat.

But in order to get regular honey, this raw ingredient has to go through a few other processes. The most important ones include pasteurization and filtration.

When a beekeeper pasteurizes honey, they do so to remove traces of yeast. This process includes intense heat which kills yeast cells effectively. Once yeast is removed, honey has a long shelf life and looks (and tastes) smoother than the raw stuff. But it doesn’t end at pasteurizing. Filtration removes other impurities such as air bubbles and minor debris.

Why Choose Raw Honey?

Here at Gold Bee, we like pasteurized honey as much as the next person. However, raw honey appeals to us more because of its health benefits.

For thousands of years, people have been using raw honey to treat various conditions. It has antibacterial properties, helps with inflammation, speeds up wound healing, and acts as a dietary antioxidant. In addition, it can help people with issues such as coughing, diarrhea, stress, food poisoning, and others. More importantly, it contains a wide variety of nutrients and, unlike commercial honey, doesn’t come with artificial sweeteners. So, if you plan on eating something sweet but don’t want to worry about those extra pounds, raw honey is definitely the way to go.

Our company offers amazing raw products such as fair trade and clover blossom honey. Each jar contains nothing but natural ingredients tested for purity by third-party experts. In addition, all our products are gluten-free, vegan, kosher, and safe for consumption. Our stated mission is to deliver some of the healthiest dishes to our customers and our honey batches are right there at the forefront.