Before bee suits were invented, honey gathering was considered an extreme sport. Every year, competitors would gather and race towards the hives in an attempt to grab a handful of the golden goodness. This activity usually resulted in a lot of stings and the collection of very little honey. Fortunately, things have changed and today most of the honey ends up in a jar rather than on the floor. Show your appreciation for the invention of bee suits by grabbing:
What NPA means:
This initialism stands for the non-peroxide antibacterial activity of the honey. For a honey product to be NPA-rated, it must go through a laboratory test in which the peroxide activity levels are analysed. Only after the test can the honey be stamped with an NPA rating.
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