is not only sweet but also nutritious.



Extra white clover honey (0-10mm, most of which is under 2mm)
Floral source: mostly clover (alsike, red, sweet) and alfalfa with some canola


Moisture: usually 14-17%




  • larger lot sizes: metal drums usually net weight of 285kg (630 lbs)
  • smaller lot sizes: packaged in plastic containers




  • larger lot sizes: via truckload or overseas containers, loaded and stuffed at our dock
  • smaller lot sizes: via post office


Annual production: 450 metric tonne (± 1 million lbs)



Benefits of Honey


Honey is a treat, and is man's oldest sweetener. It is an excellent substitute for sugar in our drinks and food. It is also good for many medicinal uses and treating certain conditions.


Honey is composed of sugars like glucose and fructose and minerals like magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium chlorine, sulphur, iron and phosphate.


It contains vitamins B1, B2, C, B6, B5 and B3 all of which change according to the qualities of the nectar and pollen. Besides the above, copper, iodine, and zinc exist in it in small quantities. Several kinds of hormones are also present in it. Approximately one half of the human diet is derived directly or indirectly from crops pollinated by bees. Today honey bees are an essential part of a healthy agriculture economy.


If you have allergies, honey can be beneficial. If you eat honey that is local to your area, it may help prevent your seasonal allergies. Bees use the pollen from local plants and eventually it ends up in your honey.


Honey may also be good for your skin. It has the ability to attract water. It is also safe for sensitive skin. You can use it as a moisturizing mask for your skin as well as your hair. To use it as a conditioner, mix the honey with olive oil. Be sure to wash your hair thoroughly before you go outside.


If you have a sore throat, take some honey.


Honey has powerful antimicrobial properties, which can soothe your raw tissues. Pour a teaspoon of honey into a large serving spoon and then top off the spoon with lemon juice. Swallow the concoction (without water) every few hours until symptoms clear up. Some people add a pinch of black or red pepper to increase blood circulation to the throat.


Due to its natural anti-inflammatory effect, it will help to heal the wounds more quickly. It also has different phytochemicals, chemicals found in plants and different foods that kill viruses, bacteria, and fungus making it a good substitute for wound dressings. The taste may also take your mind off the pain. There is evidence that honey diluted in water will help with your stomach aches and dehydration.


Do you have a cut? Honey is a natural antiseptic. Medical journals cite more than 600 cases in which honey was employed to treat wounds. By applying honey to your wounds, you prevent infections. Honey contains antimicrobial agents, which prevents infections by killing the bacteria in and around your wounds. When using honey it may help to heat it up before putting it on your wound (caution test the heat before you place it on the wound). Many types of bacteria can't survive in honey, so wounds heal, swelling eases, and tissue can grow back.

Box 99, 5023-50 Street, Girouxville
Alberta, Canada TOH 1S0
Phone : (780) 323-4183
Fax : (780) 323-4138
E-Mail : info@paradishoney.com