Today we're shipping orders for in-stock items placed October 11. Our Hampton showroom is temporarily closed. Despite high order volume, our amazing shipping team is rapidly reducing processing times—we’ve recently added 17 new team members! We greatly appreciate your business and we’re doing our very best to serve you, as Jim C. of California tells. A word to the wise: Because resupply of many product lines remains daunting, and processing times may grow again in coming weeks, there’s never been a year like this to do your Christmas shopping and other year-end buying very early!
Cox Honey company began offering raw, natural, unfiltered honey in 1880. The honey bees fly through the hills of Idaho among high mountain clover. The honey produced has a mild taste and gorgeous amber color. Cox Honey is never mixed with other types of off-shore honey. To process the honey for packing, it’s just warmed and screened for contaminants before being transferred directly into quality-tested squeeze bottles and jugs.
There are clear differences in the appearance of pure (or raw) honey and pasteurized honey. Cox Honey comes from mountain clover and will appear to be cloudy. The particles that seem to be clouding the honey are actually vitamins, pollens, and enzymes that are often removed when honey is filtered or pasteurized. With no pasteurization, these elements are left in the honey to be consumed and enjoyed.
Health Benefits of Honey
Raw honey is rich in vitamins and minerals. Unlike white sugar, which has nothing but empty carbohydrates, Cox Honey contains nutritious qualities including vitamin C, riboflavin, thymine, and several B-vitamins.