What's that white foamy stuff on the top of the jar? - Nature's Superfoods Store

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    What’s that white foamy stuff on the top of the jar?

    The white foam you’re observing is a signature characteristic of high-quality, raw honey that has not been heated. This foam is primarily the result of tiny air bubbles that get trapped during the honey’s processing and packaging stages. As the honey settles, these bubbles rise to the top, creating the foamy layer you see.

    This foam is a positive indicator of the honey’s natural state. In contrast to heated honey, which typically lacks this foam, our honey is packed without heating, preserving all its natural nutrients such as antioxidants, enzymes, pollen, propolis. Heated honey often does not have this foam, as the heating process removes these natural air bubbles.

    In addition, this foam is enriched with all of raw honey’s nutrients, adding to its light and flavorful character.

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