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Honey Gingerbread Pollen and Royal Jelly

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Where to find this product?

Available on markets and directly from producers.

When to find it? All year round
Contact Association de valorisation des produits apicoles de Poitou-Charentes
Le Rucher des 2 Frères - Dominique Julien - 2, rue de la Plaine
17500 CLAM
Tél : 06 80 02 39 04
Mail : dominique.julien884@orange.fr

Poitou-Charentes is the 5th largest French region for honey production with 94,800 hives.

Since 2010, the ‘Signé Poitou-Charentes’ initiative has been promoting honeys produced in the region along with gingerbread. The bee-keepers are committed to preserving the well-being and life cycle of bees, following good bee-keeping practises, not using any chemicals in apiary maintenance, and using natural, untreated fuel during the harvest as well as preserving the quality of honey during storage and packaging.

Honey is a seasonal produce which relies on the flowering period of the trees and plants on which the bees forage. Each producer harvests their honey at different periods during the year.
Note that honey has

its own special seasonality:

  • For rapeseed honey, the first two weeks of May,
  • For acacia honey, June,
  • For chestnut honey, July,
  • For sunflower and forest flower honeys, August.
FOR YOUR HEALTH, PRACTICE REGULAR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. www.mangerbouger.fr