Honey is a natural sweetener that has been shown to help boost the immune system. It’s potent antioxidant and antibacterial properties help remove free radicals from the body. Some even consider it a good alternative for antiviral drugs for the treatment of some viral infections.
With the present situation, the price of honey is beginning to sting. The global demand for honey is increasing as it has become popular with people who are into healthy lifestyles. This coincides with the decreasing bee populations that negatively impacts mass production.
Why cheap-priced honey maybe FAKE
These days, several products sold as pure honey in the supermarket or in online shops are actually fake. These are adulterated, or honey mixed with cheap sugar syrups. Many are essentially honey blends from plants such as corn, rice, sugar cane, wheat, and beet syrups. These blends are usually cheaper since they are easier to produce than pure honey.
Now there’s nothing wrong with blends, providing they are labeled as such. But many companies claim these syrups as honey and even worse as PURE honey. You may think you have found a bargain, but there is a huge possibility that what you have really purchased is FAKE honey. These could be harmful to people who need to monitor their glycemic indexes, or who are taking it as a daily health supplement.
What is the usual price range of pure honey?
The National Honey Board (NHB), which operates under U.S. Department of Agriculture oversight reports that the average price for honey in 2020, roughly translates to Php 1,270 per liter of honey. While online shops in the Philippines sell pure raw honey from Php 1000 to Php 1500 per liter.
Now what is pure raw honey? It is honey that is almost exactly what is in the honeycombs. It contains pollen, enzymes, and other micronutrients from bees, and not from a factory. Carefully read the product label to know where the honey comes from. Obviously, no honey should come in highly urbanized areas.
And you can find all these desirable characteristics in our products. Even better, Honeys Philippines’ price ranges from Php 250 to Php 2500 including VAT or Value Added Tax. One liter of our pure raw honey is only Php 950.
Our Products and Prices
We do not sell fake or adulterated honey, which quite frankly is rare nowadays. With Honeys.PH, you have a wide range of honey varieties to choose from. You may opt for light or dark-colored honey, honey for kids or adults, or honey for facial enhancement, all of which are raw, unfiltered, unadulterated, unheated or uncooked and unprocessed honey.
Below are our list of products and corresponding prices:
- Mt. Apo Honey 250 mL – P 250 inc. VAT
- Mt. Apo Honey 250 mL (Rounded Bottle) – P 250 inc. VAT
- Mt. Apo Honey 320 mL – P 300 inc. VAT
- Mt. Apo Honey 350 mL (Fliptop Bottle) – P 350 inc. VAT
- Mt. Apo Honey 385 mL – P 385 inc. VAT
- Mt. Apo Honey 500 mL – P 475 inc. VAT
- Mt. Apo Honey 1 Liter – P 950 inc. VAT
- Mt. Apo Honey 1 Gallon – P 2,500 inc. VAT
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- Mt. Apo Honey 250 mL (6 btls., FREE Shipping) – P 1,600 inc. VAT
- Mt. Apo Honey 320 mL (4 btls., FREE Shipping) – P 1,500 inc. VAT
- Mt. Apo Honey 385 mL (4 btls., FREE Shipping) – P 1,750 inc. VAT
- Mt. Apo Honey 500 mL (4 btls., FREE Shipping) – P 2,000 inc. VAT
- Mt. Apo Honey 350 mL (4 btls., FREE Shipping) – P 1,600 inc. VAT
- Mt. Apo Honey 350 mL (4 btls., FREE Shipping) – P 1,750 inc. VAT
- Mt. Apo Honey 1 L (Reseller Package, FREE Shipping) – P 10,990 inc. VAT
You can avail of these products at very reasonable prices. Mt Apo Honey is Raw, Wild, Unadulterated, and Unprocessed (Walang Halo at Hindi Niluto). Our products are approved by the Philippines ’ Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and are sourced from the mountains of Davao City, Philippines. It is stored in airtight containers, carefully preserving all its health benefits. This saves you from wasting your money on fake honey products which may also be detrimental to your health.