IT'S ALL ABOUT THE BEES 
 

TRACKING at the heart of good taste  

Find the hive where your honey was made 
 
Here you can track the honey, right back to the Apiary where the magic begins. To discover where your honey was produced, look in the bottom left of your honey jar’s label to locate a unique “LN” batch number; you can then use the batch guide below to reveal its location.  
 
Simply click your number… 
 
LN NUMBERS 
 
 
 
 
Apiary Location 
Riddings 
 
Primary Forage Crop 
Oil Seed Rape (OSR)= 
Hedgerow & Wild Flower 
 
INFO 
 
 
 
 
Apiary Location 
Applby Magna 
 
Primary Forage Crop 
Oil Seed Rape (OSR) 
INFO 
 
 
 
 
Apiary Location 
Wilson 
 
Primary Forage Crop 
Oil Seed Rape (OSR) 
INFO 
 
 
 
 
Apiary Location 
Dale Abbey 
 
Primary Forage Crop 
Oil Seed Rape (OSR) + 
Wild Flower 
INFO 
 
 
 
 
Apiary Location 
Riddings 
 
Primary Forage Crop 
Oil Seed Rape (OSR)= 
Hedgerow & Wild Flower 
INFO 
 
 
 
 
Apiary Location 
Applby Magna 
 
Primary Forage Crop 
Oil Seed Rape (OSR) 
INFO 
 
 
 
 
Apiary Location 
Dale Abbey 
 
Primary Forage Crop 
Oil Seed Rape (OSR)+ 
Wild Flower 
INFO 
 
 
 
 
Apiary Location 
Applby Magna 
 
Primary Forage Crop 
Oil Seed Rape (OSR) 
INFO 
How to turn granulated Honey back into running Honey 
 
All pure Honey will granulate or become solid in cool weather, and this condition is, in fact, the best proof of its quality. The honey can be easily restored to the liquid state by standing the jar in warm water, first loosening the cap. The heating of the water should continue until the honey becomes liquid. Do not use boiling water use barely simmering water. i.e. less than 45 degrees centigrade [113 degree Fahrenheit]. The jar should be stood on an upturned saucer so that there is water below as well as around the jar. Alternatively use a microwave. Remove the lid, select low power and stir occasionally until the the honey is liquid again. 
 
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