Stakich BUCKWHEAT Antioxidant RAW HONEY 40-OZ, Pure, Unprocessed, Unheated, KOSHER

Stakich Antioxidant enriched Raw Honey consists of pure Kosher certified raw honey that is 100% all natural, unheated, unprocessed and unfiltered. We make every effort to ensure that all of its naturally occurring enzymes, amino acids, vitamins and minerals are fully preserved. Our delicious Antioxidant Raw Honey comes only from the Buckwheat and Goldenrod flower fields of Michigan. The beehives are kept in unsprayed and pesticide-free fields. Raw Honey is a remarkably long-lived food and will not spoil. Store honey at room temperature. Do not microwave or refrigerate. If honey crystalizes, place jar in warm water to liquefy. Kosher certified. Naturally cholesterol, sodium, gluten and fat free. About Stakich, Inc. Stakich Incorporated was started over 90 years ago with one goal: to help you live a healthy lifestyle with all natural, top quality products at a price you can afford. That mission has led us to strive for perfection with the products we sell and the excellent customer service we provide. Family owned and operated from the start, at Stakich Inc. we continuously look for ways to make you healthier by providing only the finest ingredients in all of the products we offer! Check out our additional Amazon listings for a variety of Enriched Raw Honey products, Bee Pollen, Royal Jelly, Beeswax, Chlorella, Spirulina, Ginseng, CoQ10 and over 800 Herbal Extracts.

Quick facts

  • Comes from Buckwheat and Goldenrod flower fields
  • Certified Kosher
  • Rich in vitamins, minerals, enzymes & antioxidants
  • Sourced in Michigan

Top reviews

Best Honey EVER!

Just got my first jar of this delicious antioxidant honey. I’m very impressed and will definitely be a returning customer. This raw honey is delicious and has bits of propolis and pollen in it. This is the first time I’ve ever had any Buckwheat honey. It’s awesome. The cost is very reasonable, too. The only suggestion I have that would make it a perfect product would be if they would use a glass jar instead of plastic for this product. I know that would probably drive up the cost of the product and shipping but I think glass containers are safer and “greener” (if I can wear my “it ain’t easy being green” hat for a bit) in today’s world. I highly recommend this product and the company! 🙂
ZofiaNorth Myrtle Beach, SC