I agree that comb honey should demand a premium but after trying to sell it for several years this year did not make any. Pass three years have given more away than I have sold, very few folks want it. Rather let the bees make honey and sell that. For the couple of people that really wanted some comb I just made a few jars of "chunk honey" with a few pieces of excess comb I could find in the hives.Should go for a premium over what a 1-pound bottle of honey sells for. Around here we are right around $8 for a bottle and $10-12 for comb honey.
I sell mine for a dollar an OZ ,,so 1LB would be 16$Whats the going price for 1lb squares of honeycomb?
Thats a great idea! What size frame.? and about how much on averag3 does it weigh?My Pioneer 4" X 4" hard plastic boxes only hold about 13 ounces of comb honey. We can get as much as $20 each, $1.67 an ounce. If I run 8 frames to a super they can be too thick to fit in the boxes. I sold five boxes of comb in the frame for $12 a pound. $.75 an ounce, no cutting, no packaging, no shrink wrapping, no fuss, no muss. The buyers returns the frames nicely cut clean.