Re: June honey comb and wax moths
Will freezing honey damage the bacteria in it like heating it does? Would this make it technically no long raw honey? That's my only concern. I know the industry has some strict rules on how you can and cannot label honey to sell it. My goal is to sell 100% organic and unprocessed honey. I'd like to be able to just cut out a comb, toss it in a jar and seal it up. This is great too because I'm lazy and don't want to have to deal with an extractor or crushing/draining the comb.
So again, does freezing the honey have an effect on the good bacteria in raw honey like heating it would?
One package to 4 hives in 3 months. After 12 months I'm over a dozen hives and growing. Head over heels for bees!!!