> Bees construct honeycombs out of the beeswax > Bees store honey in the honeycombs > Beekeeper removes the honeycomb to harvest honey > Honeycomb beeswax is being used to create beeswax honey pots > Honey is packed in to a beeswax honey pot and ready for consumption > Honey enjoyed at your breakfast > Beeswax honey pots returned (if not consumed with the honey) to the beekeeper > Beekeeper returns beeswax to the hive > Bees construct honeycombs out of the beeswax > Bees store honey in the honeycombs > Beekeeper removes the honeycomb to harvest honey
> Honeycomb beeswax is being used to create beeswax honey pots >
The Bee Wax Honey Pot existed for 130 million years.
Bee Loop is even beetter than a Zero Waste package. We know that “the best” is a subjective term, but as one of the oldest inhabitants on our planet Earth, bees, have buzzed us -so our beeswax package is just beetter! Its Organic / Recyclable / Renewable / Edible / Biodegradable / Antifungal / Antiviral / Antiseptic / Antibacterial
The Bee Loop Honey Pot is made of beeswax, which has existed for 130 million years. When honey is harvested from the honeycomb and made ready for consumption, we put the honey back where it belongs - into the Beeswax.
In case your kids eat your Bee Loop Honey pot, don’t worry it’s 100% edible and digestible. Beeswax is made from the natural secretions of bees, formed originally by collecting nectar from flowers.
Alternatively beeswax honey pots can be returned to the beekeeper and not thrown away, as throwing anything away,
it must still go somewhere.
When the beekeeper returns beeswax to the hive, the circle of honey making continues. Or as we, the beekeepers like
to call it, the Bee Loop.