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Honey tops Scotland’s Super Foods list

Admin, May 19, 2016

honeygar smlWe were delighted with a recent article in one of the country’s widest read tabloids naming our Origin Heather Honey and Honeygar as among Scotland’s leading super foods.

Sales of Honeygar have been going well, with not only salad enthusiasts snapping it up as a welcome new dressing; but also those looking for the potential health benefits from the Aged Cider Vinegar and honey mix.

To find out about the potential benefits of our Origin Honeygar, why not watch our new video.

For more information on Plan Bee Ltd and how we can help your business please take a look at our brochures and case studies, or visit us at www.planbeeltd.com