Biju Thadathil farm honey is a sustainable brand that focuses on providing organic honey that is ethically produced and thoroughly tested before it is released into the market for consumption.
ORGANIC | QUALITY HONEY | PREMIUM PACKAGING
The best 🍯 I ever tried!
This is my second purchase of this product. Although the price went up considerably, it was still very much worth it. Just the thing for a variety of health applications, including warding off colds and infections. The Manuka honey is dark in color and tastes strong, but still nice.
Biju thadathil farm honey is tasty and it passed my test for honey without added sugar! Thank you.
Some of the best honey I've ever had. Outstanding thickness & flavor. I recommend this brand to everyone!
We started honey harvesting in 1989 as a small-scale hobby.
But then we recognized that it is not easy to obtain pure honey, and it became the origins of Biju Thadathil’s dream. Due to the high volume of demand, we started large-scale harvesting. Now Biju Thadathil farm Honey is one of the leading brands in the market. Biju Thadathil Farm Honey is branch of Biju Thadathil Farm Resort Pvt Ltd.
What We Do
We harvest the honey in its unspoiled state with the greatest respect for the bees and their environment.
Produced by our beekeeper and we know is guaranteed to be hygenic, ensuring a natural and sustainable approach.
We provide organic honey that is produced ethically and thoroughly tested before it reaches the market.
HOW WE PRODUCE HONEY
To safely collect honey from a hive, beekeepers typically pacify the bees using a bee smoker.
ABOUT OUR PRODUCTS
Types Of Honey
Take a look at the different types of honey we produce.
The beehives are sited on our land in southern India, Kerala, near Bhoothathankettu dam surrounded by reserve forest along with multiflowered remote natural sites, far away from cities, industrial facilities, or traffic……
We harvest the honey in its unspoiled state with the greatest respect for the bees and their environment. The beehives are sited on our land in southern India, Kerala, near Bhoothathankettu dam surrounded by reserve forest along with multiflowered remote natural sites, far away from cities, industrial facilities, or traffic.