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Bee Bread - Wild (100g and 250g)

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Bee Bread - Wild (100g and 250g) is available for purchase in increments of 1
Bee bread is a fermented, enzymatically-activated food made by bees inside the hive, with around 25% honey or nectar, and 70% pollen. Considered far superior to flower pollen, protein bioavailability is significantly enhanced.

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Bee bread is a fermented, enzymatically-activated food made by bees inside the hive, with around 25% honey or nectar, and 70% pollen. Considered far superior to flower pollen, protein bioavailability is significantly enhanced.

Produced in western Lithuania, near the Baltic Sea region. The bee hives stand in the meadows near to the small forests and far away from big cities (the nearest city is 80 km away), with no industry or factories nearby.

Produced to high ecological standards, our Bee bread is unprocessed, 100% pure and natural, and free from antibiotics and pesticides. Free from gluten, corn, wheat, soya and dairy and GMO ingredients.

 Serving suggestion: Consume 1 or more teaspoons per day, preferably in the morning.

 Storage instructions: Store in a dry, cool and dark place. Refrigeration not recommended.

When the bees bring pollen back to the hive, they put it into the comb cells. After the cell is filled up to 2/3 with pollen, the rest is filled with honey and finally sealed with wax. Then anaerobic conditions appear. Anaerobic bacteria in synergy with a large variety of microbes, innumerate strains of yeast and different beneficial molds begin their work.

Complex chemical structures are broken into simple bonds, for example, proteins are broken into amino acids (in this way a lot of lactic acid and vitamin K is formed). While fermenting the pollen's inner container cell is broken down into substances that are easier to absorb. The lactic acid also can then be converted to glucose in the body, which is the main source of energy used throughout the body.

After three months of fermentation the sweet and sour tasting bee bread is ready. The bee bread granules are taken out of the comb cells in late autumn when the honey harvesting season ends up and bees start getting ready for winter. The granules stay fresh for 2.5 years if stored in a dry, cool and dark place. It is not recommended to keep them in the fridge.

Bee bread has a large variety of minerals and has high quantities of iron, cobalt, phosphorus, calcium. It is one of the richest natural foods containing selenium. Bee bread is also an excellent source of potassium and B-group vitamins. Amino acids, which are predigested for easy assimilation in the ratio that the human body needs, constitute about 15% of the dry substance in bee bread.

It is with regret that we are unable to share with you more information about this product. Various EU legislation forbids us (and all other food business operators) from claiming that these products can offer any possible health benefits. Many of our customers already know about these foods, and come back to us time and time again for their favourite items. We ask customers new and old to do your own research, and to trust Raw Living to provide you and your nearest and dearest with the best quality products at the lowest prices. Thank you for your understanding.

Bee Pollen, Honey
Nutritional Informationper 100g
Energy 388 Kcal 1637 kj
Fat 11 g
- of which saturates 0 g
Carbohydrate 51 g
- of which sugars 19 g
Dietary Fiber 7 g
Protein 22 g
Salt 14 mg

* Free delivery to most of the UK for all orders over £150 (net of vat) *

UK Mainland

WeightServiceCost
upto 750g Royal Mail £2.95
750g to 25Kg Next day £4.95
Orders over £150 Next day Free

Highlands & Islands

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Europe and rest of the world

WeightServiceCost
All of Europe upto 2Kg (1.8kg plus packaging*) Royal Mail Europe 3-5 days £4.00 per 500g
Rest of the world upto 2Kg Royal Mail International £8.00 per 500g
2Kg-10Kg Jersey & Guernsey Parcelforce £13.50
2Kg-25Kg Benelux, France, Germany, Ireland (Republic of), N. Ireland UPS £9.95
2Kg-25Kg Austria, Denmark, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Greece, Czech Rep, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden UPS £12.95
2Kg-25Kg Norway, Switzerland UPS £22.95
2Kg-5Kg - United states, Canada UPS £40.00
5Kg-10Kg - United states, Canada UPS £50.00

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  • This service is 48hr including delivery on Saturdays.
  • Online tracking.
  • Delivery may be possible within 24hrs but is not guaranteed.
  • Mainland UK only.

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  • While the vast majority of orders placed before midday are dispatched the same day, this is not guaranteed. Please note there is no Saturday delivery.
  • Please note: At exceptionally busy periods it might not be possible to deliver your order the next day.

UPS Details

  • This is a 'next day' service with UPS. This is a standard service - you do NOT pay extra for this and next day is not guaranteed.
  • While the vast majority of orders placed before midday are dispatched the same day, this is not guaranteed. Please note there is no Saturday delivery.
  • Please note: At exceptionally busy periods it might not be possible to deliver your order the next day.

For orders over 25kg, please call +44 (0)1243 523335, or email melissa@rawliving.co.uk for discounted prices and for carriage rates.

If you do not see your destination country listed, please email melissa@rawliving.co.uk, or call +44 (0)1243 523335 and we will look at the best rate for the weight and value of your order.

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Please note that we periodically review carriage rates and they are subject to slight changes. We do not seek to make profit from carriage and in many cases they are heavily discounted.

*packaging is approx 50g on small orders up to 200g on larger orders. so for example, if you purchased 1.81kg of goods, this would be dispatched by courier and the carriage charge would be for 2kg

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