About Jersey Buzz, LLC

Aaron Daniels is a producer and distributor of honey and honey related products. He works in the growing urban farming industry as a full-time Beekeeper. Beekeeping (or apiculture, from Latin apis, bee) is the maintenance of honey bee colonies. A beekeeper (or apiarist) keeps bees in order to collect honey and other products of the hive (including beeswax, propolis, pollen, and royal jelly), to pollinate crops, or to produce bees for sale to other beekeepers. A location where bees are kept is called an apiary or "bee yard". Aaron has kept bees for over three years; each year is an enjoyable new experience.

He is a member of:

Essex County Beekeepers' Association

New Jersey Beekeepers' Association

American Beekeeping Federation

Aaron enjoys giving workshops and explaining how important bees are. 80% of food comes from bees: Since the majority of plant survival is dependent on pollination, without bees our shopping lists get shorter! Honey bees travel and pollinate our non-edible (yet equally important) plant life too. So it's up to us to keep that cycle going. JerseyBuzz thanks you for supporting our task of pollinating the earth!

 

 




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Details

  • Raw honey is the concentrated nectar of flowers that comes straight from the extractor; it is unheated, pure, unpasteurized, and unprocessed. Much of the honey found in the supermarket is not raw honey but "commercial" grade honey, which has been pasteurized (heated at 158°F / 70°C or more, followed by rapid cooling) and processed so that it is easier to handle and package. As a result, commerically processed honey's delicate aromas, vitamins and minerals are less apparent. Therefore, raw honey is more nutritious (and tastier!) than processed honey.
  • COMING SOON | Comb honey is raw pure honey sections taken straight from the hive – honey bees' wax comb with no further handling at all. It is the most unprocessed form in which honey comes -- the bees fill the hexagon shaped wax cells of the comb with honey and cap it with beeswax. You can eat comb honey just like a chewy candy.
  • Many people say honey helps in keeping their hair healthy. Some give credit to honey for their blemish-free skin. Since honey is a humectant (which means it attracts moisture to itself), it makes a great additive to products such as soaps, lotions, and scrubs. Honey soap is known to be a very effective antimicrobial soap: as honey itself is used to treat scrapes, minor burns, sore throats, and various bacterial infections - what better way to stay squeaky clean?
  • A healthy alternative to commercially processed snacks and candies! Jersey Buzz Honey Straws are made from 100% honey. Pure varietal honey straws come in flavors such as blueberry blossom, buckwheat, and orange blossom - and are all natural. Try the straws in these and other delicious flavors without unecessary artificial flavors. Natural flavors, simple and delicious!

Shop Our Products

Our products are available at the following locations:

ONSITE | Visit these shops:

Farmers’ Markets
(Check back in Spring 2015!)

Store Locations
Saturday and Sunday – we are vendors within the Newark Flea Market: 120 North 11Street, Newark, NJ 12-4pm.
Hoboken Historical Museum (beginning January 2015) 1301 Hudson Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030

ONLINE | Shop 24 hrs / 7 Days a Week on these websites:

Amazon.com
Enviro Products World

 

 




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