Greendale Honey

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Weigh: 454g

Product description

Produced by Exeter Beekeepers' Association at their apiary here on Greendale land, this delicious set honey is subtly flavoured, high in quality and very low in food miles (though the bees have certainly covered a lot of distance between hive and flowers!).


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Greendale Farm is home to an apiary of 30 beehives; their position just off ‘Honey Lane’ couldn’t be better located to take advantage of the different crops on the farm and the natural heather and heathland of nearby Woodbury Common. Home to around 1.5 million bees, it's a great local source of delicious, natural honey. The Exeter Beekeepers’ Association (EBKA) established the Apiary on the farm at Greendale 2 years ago and they look after the bees on our behalf and allow us to be able to sell our home-produced honey in our Farm Shop and on our website. Labelled 'Greendale Honey', it's truly local (and truly lovely!).

On paper, honey is an uninteresting-sounding blend of sugar, trace enzymes, amino acids, minerals and vitamins, produced by bees in order to feed themselves when food supplies are scarce. However, just one taste makes it easy to understand why mankind has been seeking out honey - and then farming it - for more than 10,000 years. As well as its sweetness, honey also has a long shelf-life and (some claim) medicinal properties. It’s no surprise that we love honey here in the UK; in a typical year, the nation makes its way through an estimated 30,000 tonnes of this delectable amber liquid, much of it imported.

With this in mind, Greendale is particularly pleased to stock this locally produced honey, from a carefully tended apiary right here on our doorstep. The EBKA works carefully with the bees to harvest just the right amount – remembering the bees will need to feed themselves during the winter – so we have limited stock available. It’s definitely worth making a beeline for!

Product specification

Storage Instructions

All pure Honey will granulate or thicken; in fact this change is the best proof of its quality. It can easily be restored to the liquid state by either of the following methods: 1) Loosen the top and stand the jar in hot water, preferably on strips of wood so that the water completely surrounds the jar. Heat very gently until the honey becomes liquid. 2) Remove metai cap or loosen plastic cap and place in a microwave oven on the lowest power. Remember, the honey in the centre of the jar will continue to become liquid after the heating time has finished. 

Quantity in Pack 1 x jar
Dietary Honey is unsuitable for infants under 12 months
Source Devon


Delivery or collection, we’ve got it covered!

Click & Collect FREE - Order online and collect from our Farm Shop, You can choose to collect on a ‘specified day’ (starting approx. one week from ordering) during checkout.

Local Delivery £4.95 (Free on orders over £50) - We offer local delivery for customers living in the EX1 to EX5, and EX8 to EX11 postcode areas. Choose a ‘specified day’ during checkout.  Please note: All orders to the remaining EX postcodes will be delivered using our standard national courier.

National Delivery £7.95 (Free on orders over £50) - We offer nationwide delivery. Choose a delivery date during checkout.

National Saturday Delivery £15.00 - We offer nationwide delivery on Saturdays too! Choose a delivery date during checkout.

Fresh Greendale Produce - Meat and seafood will be bagged and ready to cook or freeze on delivery. All fresh meat and fish will be vacuum-packed and labelled with use-by dates and a suggested frozen shelf life. Packaging or labelling may change depending on preparation or delivery limitations. When the meat or fish has been packaged it is immediately placed in an insulated envelopes and surrounded with chilled gel-packs to keep it cool and in perfect condition.

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