Creamy honey with bee pollen

Creamy honey with bee pollen

Honey and pollen: gifts from bees

Contains 4 g of bee pollen per jar

MN649 - Creamy honey with bee pollen

MARNYS® Creamy honey with pollen. A blend of creamy honey with bee pollen.

  • Pollen is one of nature's most complete food sources given its vitamin, mineral, protein, carbohydrate and fibre content.

Honey is the product stored in bees' hives for them to eat during winter given its high nutritional value.

INGREDIENTS

Per 100 g: Creamy honey (96 g), bee pollen (4 g)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Store in a fresh, dry place.
 

HOW TO USE

Take a spoonful a day (20 g). It can be added to sweeten drinks, in cooking and baking. Its texture is perfect for spreading.

PRESENTATION

200 jar

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