Burleson’s Honey is a pure honey that is made from the nectar of flowers. The honey is then filtered and bottled, yielding a delectable, natural product.
All of Burleson’s products use True Source Certified honey that has been mixed to consistently deliver on taste, flavor, and quality.
Our honey is USDA Grade A packaged, completely natural (no additions or preservatives), kosher certified, and internally and externally checked for quality.
From our facility in Waxahachie, Texas, we are pleased to provide you and other well-known, dependable brands with the highest-quality honey.
Burleson Honey Ownership
Tim Burleson, Tom Ed’s second son, starts working for Burleson’s Honey as the buyer of raw honey.
As the oldest honey packer in the country, Burleson’s Honey is celebrating 90 years in business.
Is honey pasteurized?
- Raw honey can be seen as honey straight from the hive
- Unpasteurized honey is slightly heated while being processed
- Pasteurized honey has been exposed to high heat while being processed.
Is Burleson’s honey gluten free?
All of Burleson’s certified organic raw and conventional honey complies with U.S. Grade A requirements, is naturally non-GMO, certified kosher, and gluten free.
Manuka honey has a far greater concentration of powerful nutritional, anti-viral, and therapeutic characteristics than other types of raw honey, making it sort of the cream of the crop in the world of honey.
This sort of honey is made in new zealand by bees that pollinate the local manuka shrub, and it has a powerful flavor and nutritional value.
Health Benefits of Different Types of Honey
1) Manuka Honey: As Hunnes alluded to, manuka honey is said to be the original healthy honey and is produced in Australia and New Zealand by bees that pollinate the local manuka bush.
Which Brands of Honey Are Pure?
- Dabur. Dabur is a leading Indian multinational brand that manufactures Ayurvedic medicine as well as natural consumer products
- Apis. Apis is another growing brand in India, which is a manufacturer of honey, dates, pickles etc
- Indigenous Honey
- Nature’s Nectar.
What kind of honey is pasteurized?
Regular honey that has been pasteurized and could have been sweetened. Pure pasteurized honey with no other additives.
A: Only heat and hyperfiltration are capable of producing grade A honey, which must be very clear and defect-free.
The least expensive and most often consumed honey is grade A. Our honey is Grade B since it is unfiltered, unheated, and raw.
How to Tell If Honey Is Pure or Raw
Try dipping a matchstick or cotton bud in honey and lighting it to do this test.
If it burns, your honey is of pure grade. Therefore, due to moisture or fermentation, which may impair its quality and flavor, adulterated honey may not produce regular results or burn correctly.
You should look for raw honey if you want to get the healthiest kind. Raw honey is not pasteurized and does not undergo filtration, which might lessen its nutritional value.
The bottom line
Burleson’s Honey is the oldest honey producer in the nation. USDA Grade A honey is all-natural (no additives or preservatives), kosher-certified, and subject to internal and external quality checks.
Manuka honey, which is made in Australia and New Zealand, is said to be the first healthy honey.