Vacaville Wildflower Honey
Shipping calculated at checkout
- Small Glass
- Medium Squeezable Plastic
- Large Squeezable Plastic
- Large Scoopable Glass
- Barista Squeezable Plastic
- Mason Scoopable Glass
- Milk Pourable Glass
- Gallon Pourable Plastic
- Honey Lover 5 Gallon Bucket
CampbellPickup available at
Usually ready in 2-4 daysView store information
Size & Weight (Honey)
Bear - 2 oz
Small Glass - 4 oz
Medium Squeezable Plastic - 8 oz
Large Squeezable Plastic - 16 oz
Large Scoopable Glass - 16 oz (Some of our honey is packaged in a pourable glass rather than a scoopable glass.)
Barista Squeezable Plastic - 36 oz
Mason Scoopable Glass - 45 oz
Milk Pourable Glass - 45 oz
Gallon Pourable Plastic - 12 lbs
Honey Lover 5 Gallon Bucket - 50 lbs
What is Raw Unfiltered Honey?
Our raw unfiltered honey is as close to nature's original sweetener as you can get. It's unprocessed, meaning we keep all the naturally occurring pollen, which not only adds to the rich, complex flavors but also offers immune-boosting benefits that may alleviate allergies. Its natural anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties support digestion, combat aging, and strengthen your body's defenses against infections.
Unlike commercial honey, our raw honey isn't heated (pasteurized), ensuring that the vital enzymes and nutrients remain intact. These enzymes are crucial for the honey's health-promoting qualities. Regular pasteurized honey found in stores may have a longer shelf life, but this process can destroy many of the beneficial elements.
Studies have suggested that raw honey consumption is linked to a lower risk of heart disease, strokes, and some types of cancer. By choosing our local, unpasteurized honey, you're choosing a purer, more beneficial product that supports your well-being without any compromises.
Why should I choose raw honey over regular honey?
Raw honey is honey as it exists in the beehive, unprocessed and unheated, which helps preserve all its natural vitamins, enzymes, and antioxidants. These nutrients can offer health benefits such as aiding digestion, boosting immunity, and providing anti-inflammatory effects. Raw honey also contains pollen, which is believed to help with seasonal allergies. Plus, its complex flavor is a gourmet delight compared to the more uniform taste of processed honey.
Why has my honey turned solid?
Honey crystallizes because it's a natural and pure product. The process is due to the natural sugars in honey, primarily glucose, forming crystals. It's influenced by the type of nectar collected, temperature, and storage conditions. Crystallization doesn't mean your honey is spoiled—in fact, it's a sign of high quality. You can easily return it to liquid form with gentle warming.