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Honey without the mess

Food & Drink

Honey may be one of a growing number of snobmoddities, as we noted back in 2006, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t still sometimes a sticky mess. Not so the Honey Drop, a new honey that you can hold in your hand. Island Abbey Foods, of Prince Edward Island, Canada, has come out with a dried honey drop, equivalent to a teaspoon of the sticky stuff, that you can hold in your hand, drop in your tea or pop in your mouth. Released in January, the drops are made with pure Honibe honey from PEI, with no artificial colouring, flavouring or preservatives. The drops have a shelf life of one year and are available in two flavours: pure honey, or honey and lemon. Pricing is CDN 11.99 for a box of 20, which makes for a very premium alternative to sugar cubes. Island Abbey Foods, which is a member of 1% for the Planet, is currently looking for retailers, affiliates and resellers for the Honey Drop. Sounds like a sweet proposition! Spotted by: NOTCOT



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