I've got six langstroth hives and one topbar hive this year and I'm looking for a good way to package the topbar honeycomb so that it is appealing for a customer. A couple years ago I tried topbar hives and did package some comb for our family to use in large ziplock bags. The bags of honeycomb were then stored in large clamshell styrofoam containers. We recently used up the last of that supply. The comb was well preserved and none of the honey had crystalized. Putting the comb in the zip lock bags was rather difficult and messy though. Any ideas on packaging the honeycomb in nice presentable fashion?

Lance Gillette
Fairbanks, Alaska