Honey exports : honey is one of the most beneficial natural substances in the world. Therefore, we have decided to devote an article to honey benefits,
specifications, and honey exports. We also tend to know the reason why honey exports are high in the world. So, stay with us until the end of this useful article.
“Honey”, which is also “Angabin” in Persian, is a very concentrated compound of water-soluble sugar.
In fact, honey contains nectar and sugar-containing substances from plants that bees collect, modify, and store in the hive.
Therefore, although honey is an acidic substance, due to its special sweetness, its acidic state is not noticeable.
Did you know that a bee has to fly 90,000 miles (144,841 kilometers, the equivalent of three trips around the globe) to make one pound (454 grams) of honey?
To be more specific, the color of different kinds of honey exports varies from “light white” to “black” according to the main sources of nectar.
For example, the color of “acacia” honey is white and clear just like water, “maple” honey is lemon-colored, “espresso”
honey is golden yellow, honey is a yellowish-brown fruit, “clover” honey is red and reddish-yellow, Zirfon honey is greenish-yellow,
dandelion honey is dark yellow, elm honey is brown and the color of poplar honey and sparrow tongue is dark green to black.
It is interesting to know that the color, taste and smell of honey exports has nothing to do with the breed of bee, but only depends on the type of flowers from which the bee collects nectar.
For example, the honey obtained from the “sainfoin” plant is golden yellow and very delicious,
and sunflower honey is very tasteless, and of course, both are pure.
One of the properties of honey exports is that it absorbs water particles in the air and as a result, it is diluted.
Therefore, whether in the north, in the center, in wet areas or even in dry areas, honey should be kept in a container
with a tight lid so that it does not absorb water particles in the air little by little and does not dilute like water.
The most famous types of honey in the world are:
Manuka honey (tea tree honey), which is the best and most useful honey in the world;
Honey orange blossoms; and
Clover flower honey.