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Expressing the Organic Esprit and Vital Spark

 

of the Greek Nature

Organic Honey

Honey is a natural, unique product, rich in nutrients. With its robust aroma and sweet taste it is produced by the bees through the natural treatment of the nectar they collect from flowers and trees.

The nectar is an aqueous solution of various sugars, which are naturally processed by the bees and turned into the sweetener known as honey.

The different types of honey are determined by the variety of plants and trees from which the bees have absorbed the nectar. The latter can be derived from a single plant or tree, or from a mixture of several plants and trees.

"Hellia" company has chosen for you two of the best quality organic honeys which are processed by the producers with great respect to the natural environment.

Fir Honey

Fir Honey

"Hellia" organic fir honey is collected from bees in the “Mainalo” fertile forest of black spruce at the altitude of 2000m. In this location the special fir vanilla honey is produced.

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Forest and Flower Honey

Forest and Flower Honey

"Hellia" organic forest and flower honey is collected from a great variety of wild flowers and wild herbs located in mountains with native vegetation away from conventional crops, where the bees gather the valuable nectar of thousands of different flowers...

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    Dimitris Vlachos
    Research Development Manager

     

    Address Ethnarhou Makariou 55,
    Agios Dimitrios,
    17343, Athens,
    Greece
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