Beekeeping is a traditional practice that dates back 500 years in the north western part of Zambia. Bark hives are kept in trees and spread out over large distances as far as 50 kilometers and these hives can last up to 20 years.
No antibiotics or pesticides are used at any point in the beekeeping and honey harvesting process because the bees forage is located so deep in the forests. This is an area far removed from commercial agriculture and the result of the product is untouched by any outside or artificial factors. Zambian Beekeeping methods have been passed down from generation to generation.
Mamasown Raw Honey is favored on the international market because it is produced in relatively undisturbed environments and can therefore be classified as Raw organic and unpasteurized.
Imported from Zambia, Africa