Re: Supplying restaurants sizes
I would suggest that if your honey is specialty, raw/natural and they want to advertise as using it, then more power to them (and to you). If they expect the aromatic, flavorful raw honey taste I've come to expect from my (and others') backyard honey, they may be cooking the stuffing out of it and losing its special qualities. Just comments to be used as appropriate. Good luck with the endeavor.
As an example, one of my co-workers (a foodie of sorts) asked about getting some of my honey. I gave him a bear bottle. Weeks later, the day after he ran out of his supermarket honey, he stopped me and asked, "Is all beekeeper honey as good as yours? It's so much better than the supermarket stuff I can hardly believe it." Or very similar words with the same sentiment. If you have the opportunity to preserve and benefit from that flavor difference, that's a good thing.
"I thought I made a mistake once, but I was wrong." (heard often from the late David Sebree) Still making them, myself