Forest honey is sold at a much higher price than conventional honey, can the nutritive value of forest honey be really better?
Forest honey is a product of bees taking honey from forest flowers. However, there are also two types of forest honey: wild honey and honey placed in the forest. Wild bees are now very difficult to find and can no longer find this natural honey, because honey production if available is also very low. Therefore, natural forest honey has a very high price.
However, the main source of forest honey now comes from the bee colonies placed in the forest, making honey from forest pollen more affordable. In fact, bees raised in the forest also give very good quality honey because bees get from many different flowers, so the amount of micronutrients from pollen is also richer.
Forest honey can also range in color from clear white rainwater to dark honey, depending on the type of flower it takes the honey from.