The new report explains that honey spread, which is also called creamed honey, whipped honey, and spun honey, is a natural alternative to processed spreads and jams. The spread is entirely made of honey and is churned until it reaches a light and creamy texture.
More details can be found at https://honeyacres.com/blogs/common-questions/honey-spread-what-is-it-and-how-do-i-use-it
Despite its name, honey spread does not contain any dairy and can be eaten by anyone, even those who are lactose intolerant or those with some eating restrictions. The honey spread has an opaque and light tan, looking quite similar to butter. The new report recommends it as a spread for bread and pastries, which can also be used as a topping for pancakes, waffles, and other breakfast dishes.
Honey Acres uses its proprietary method that has been passed down from generation to generation. This allows the company to “cream” large batches of honey while maintaining premium quality. Because all products at Honey Acres are completely natural, products are bottled on the same day and stored at room temperature. Honey does not have an expiration date and can be eaten even years after purchase.
The company has also introduced several new flavors to its popular honey spread. Its most popular variety is its Raspberry Honey Spread, which has a natural raspberry flavor that weaves into the honey. The tart taste of the berry balances the sweetness of the spread, making it ideal for those who prefer a more subdued and sophisticated taste profile. Further details can be found at https://honeyacres.com/collections/12oz-honey-spreads/products/raspberry-honey-spread-jars
All products at Honey Acres are allergen and gluten-free. The spreads come in either 12 oz or 1.5 oz bottles.
The company also makes traditional honey, dark chocolate honey patties, honey straws, and honey mustard, among other things.
A company spokesperson wrote, “Bringing you the best in honey and honey products has been the Diehnelt family tradition for over 160 years. In 1852, Christian Friederich Diehnelt brought his skill, knowledge, and love for beekeeping from Rosswein, Germany to the meadowlands of Wisconsin.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://honeyacres.com
Honey Acres, Inc.
N1557 Wisconsin 67
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