What types of honey does Hoerikwaggo cultivate?
As of 2020, Hoerikwaggo Honey sells the following raw honey varieties:
Is Hoerikwaggo Honey raw honey?
Yes. All Howeriwggo Honey is raw. Additionally, their honey is not irradiated, not heated, not filtered, and contains no additives or preservatives.
It is a great choice for those looking for a natural and organic choice!
Where does Hoerikwaggo Honey come from?
Hoerikwaggo Honey is cultivated from the footsteps of Table Mountain and other regions of the Western Cape in South Africa. It is truly local, South African honey.
Unlike some other honey brands in South Africa, Hoerikwaggo Honey does use or import honey from overseas.
Is Hoerikwaggo Honey certified as Badger Friendly?
No. As of 2020, Hoerikwaggo honey is not certified as Badger Friendly by the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT). This means their beehives and apiaries are not formally certified and regulated by the EWT for adopting badger friendly bee-keeping practices.
That said, this does not imply that Hoeriwggo Honey adopts methods harmful to honey badgers. Research indicates that many beekeepers in South Africa do adopt badger friendly methods in their apiaries, although they have not undergone the process of formal certification via the EWT.
Does Hoerikwaggo sell bulk honey?
Via the normal in-store and and online retail channels, Hoerikwaggo Honey is not available in bulk quantities. Bulk honey in South Africa is typically packaged per 25kg bucket. The most you can get from Hoerikwaggo is packaged in 1kg glass jars.
You may try contact them directly for a bulk order.
How is Hoerikwaggo Honey packaged?
Retail Hoerikwaggo Honey is packaged in transparent glass jars, with size and weight options of 300g, 500g, and 1kg.
Each jar has a label on the front and back with some very brief details and nothing more. The design of their glass jars makes it super easy to scoop out honey with a spoon and avoid getting any potentially wasted in the corners.
Fortunately, no plastic is used.
Does Hoerikwaggo sell any other bee and honey products? Such as beeswax, propolis, lipbalm, etc.
You will not find products besides pure raw honey sold under the Hoerikwaggo Honey brand.
However, Hoerikwaggo Honey also operates Barben Bees / Bee Ware Cape Town. This business specializes beekeeping equipment, training, and related products including beekeeping tools, books, beehives, bee suits and the like.