Local Mountain Wildflower Honey

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13300640 Pound


This local wildflower honey comes from a variety of wildflower nectar sources that grow in the Pacific Northwest. It has a characteristic darker color and stronger flavor profile than that of lighter honey such as clover. It is the honey preferred by commercial bakers.

We rigorously test our honey to ensure its purity.  We guarantee our honey isn't adulterated. In addition, all of our honey is True Source Certified. True Source is a non-profit industry organization dedicated to supply chain transparency. Their core mission is to audit (through a third-party) the honey supply chain to North America for the purpose of verifying country of origin.  It requires honey packers and exporters to maintain a system to analyze honey purity.  To learn more about True Source, visit here.


Solids (Brix): ≥81.4%
Moisture: ≤18.6%
pH: 3.4 - 6.1
Color: Light amber to dark amber 85-150 mm on pfund scale.


  • True Source Certified
  • Kosher
  • GloryBee is SQF Certified and this product is stored in an SQF Certified Facility
  • GloryBee is FSMA Compliant



Honey may take on a semi-solid crystallized state due to its high sugar content. This does not affect the quality of the honey. The rate of crystallization depends upon a variety of things such as floral source, moisture content and storage conditions. This crystallization does not affect the quality of the honey and is not an indicator of shelf life. Gently warm to return to a liquid state. GloryBee guarantees that properly stored honey will remain in a liquid state for 90 days.


The product shelf life is dependent on storage conditions. It should be stored under cool, dry conditions and in a humidity-controlled environment. When stored under optimum conditions, the shelf life is 18 months from the date of manufacture.

Note: The specifications listed above are averages only. For information on specific lots, please request via our sales department