WHITE FOAM ON HONEY SURFACE
Often on the surface of honey you can see white foam – THIS IS GLUCOSE.
When honey crystallizes (if the humidity of honey is low), glucose crystallizes and turns into white spots of various sizes. All this is a natural process characteristic of natural honey, which has not been subjected to any external influences (for example, heating).
Many people mistakenly believe that white bloom is sugar that could be fed to bees, and not glucose from flower nectar. But the white, sugary honey crust is a sure sign of a mature meal of very high quality.
02 April, 2021
We distribute gifts
Until June 30, when buying in the Wildberries online store, you will receive a
01 April, 2021
Let’s welcome spring together with Galagancha!
We present tasty and healthy Galagancha sweets in bright and romantic packaging
09 October, 2020
ImmunUP – a novelty from the Research Institute of Honey and Bee Products
A novelty based on honey with valuable bee products, extracts of medicinal