Why Romanian Honey ?


Romania is one of the European Union's most important honey producers , placed on third place after France and Spanish production-- so much so that the country's industry can't keep up with demand. More than 50% of its honey is exported. In Romania, the beekeeping was favored by a mild climate and a generous nature, a true apicultural paradise that flowers from May to October: beefriendly plants varied, linden and acacia vast forests, many areas of fruit trees, oilseed rape and sunflower.


Romanian Beekeeping


Romania has a long tradition in beekeeping, having today around 40.000 beekeepers with 1.920. 000 bee-colonies, and producing around 22.000 tones/ year.


Romania's melifere base consists of 5 million hectars,among these 3 millions hectars can be capitalized by bees in production and harvesting.


In our country,there are,according to natural regions,more types of picking, such us: main harvest for accacia and sun flower in Danube Plain...


Romania – land of Carpathian garden?


Romania is famous mainly for its Dracula legend, stunning castles, and charming old towns from Transylvania count. Due to its varied landscape, Romania is the most biogeographically diverse country in the European Union. With snow-capped mountains, green hills covered in forests and vineyards, sandy Black Sea beaches and Europe's largest and best preserved delta, Romania has something for everyone.


Honey benefits


Honey is rich in nutrients and antioxidants, has antibacterial properties, and can play a role in diabetes management as part of a balanced diet. But that's not all.

Minimally-processed honey contains many important bioactive plant compounds and antioxidants, such as flavonoids and phenolic acids. Darker varieties tend to offer more antioxidants than lighter varieties.

Researchers have found that honey may increase adiponectin levels, a hormone that reduces inflammation and improves blood sugar regulation. There's also evidence that daily honey intake may improve fasting...



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