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Honey is counted among top natural sweeteners for consumers
Friday, May 13th, 2016

Consumers are demanding more food producers start using honey. This high demand for nature’s all-natural sweetener comes from consumers’ rise in faith in honey as a better-for-you alternative to other sweeteners.

 “Beverage companies are finding new ways to formulate wth honey and some are promoting the sweetener as laden with antioxidant and antibacterial properties, as well as a good source of vitamins and minerals,” said an article in BevNET magazine. “The uptick in honey is most apparent in new premium teas, including two varieties of Purity Organic’s recently launched ‘supertea’ line.”

 The resurgence of honey stems also from consumers seeking better-for-you alternatives outside of the government’s normal recommendations. Natural sweetener alternatives, like honey, account for only 1% of the global market for sweeteners, according to Lux Research, a Boston-based market research firm.

 This demand of consumers is causing companies that use sweeteners to no longer rely on certain kinds, and instead are turning to natural and innovative options.

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Home of the Honey Bee and Maple Tree Candies
Friday, February 7th, 2014

Home of the Honey Bee and Maple Tree manufactures flavored assorted honey candies and 100% pure honey stixs.

Consumers can enjoy lemon, strawberry, grape, orange, apple and double honey flavored candies. Honey Stix are all-natural, pure honey packed in biodegradable straws.

Privately owned and operated, Home of the Honey Bee and Maple Tree is located in Fostoria, Mich. The company has more than 100 honey beehives and 40 acres of trees, woods and wildflowers. The company guarantees 100% pure, natural honey products with fast and reliable nationwide customer service.


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Candy Tops Valentine’s Day Purchasers’ Picks
Friday, February 7th, 2014

Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, and flower petals decide if he loves you or loves you not, but candy is the go-to gift for Valentine’s Day 2014.

A recent National Confectioners’ Association (NCA) survey reports that by a vote of two to one, Americans would rather receive chocolate than flowers on Valentine’s Day. A surprising 83% of men surveyed said chocolate was their preference. Fifty-nine percent of women polled favored candy.

The NCA says that more than $1 billion will be spent on candy on this year’s day of love, up almost 2% from 2013. Almost three-quarters of the candy sold will be chocolate, with caramel being a hugely popular flavor. Chocolate-covered nuts, cream-filled and chocolate-filled confections also topped the popularity list.

If honey tops your list of candy-infused items, there are plenty of options to choose from to give to your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day.

Compartes Chocolatier’s confections come in a box of candy dipped in dark chocolate and infused with wild organic honey and peanut butter. The chocolates are a perfect pairing of sweet and nutty.

Moonstruck Chocolate Honey Vanilla Caramel Truffles stay on the caramel trend, made with soft caramel that is slow cooked in an open kettle. Sold in boxes of 20, they then are flavored with hints of honey and pure Madagascar vanilla. Once cooked, the truffles are enrobed in milk chocolate and decorated with dark chocolate stripes.

French Broad Chocolates’ line of Honey Caramel candies are made with wildflower honey, grey sea salt, grass-fed cream and butter. The line includes Dark Chocolate Salted Honey Caramel, Cashew Honey Caramel and Lavender Honey Caramel varieties.

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