As a sweetener, honey imparts exceptional flavors in all bakery foods and sweetens bakery foods naturally, giving bakers a "clean label" alternative to other sweeteners.
Using local honey and organic extra virgin olive oil this high quality, homemade pizza dough by Papa Larry’s comes in honey wheat and white wheat… Read More »
Hearthstone Bakery and Tea House boasts an entire line of artisan breads made with honey. The 9 Grain is made with wheat, barley, flax, oat… Read More »
With nearly four tablespoons of organic honey packed into each loaf of Dave’s Killer Bread Seeded Honey Wheat, the sweet taste and crunchy texture make… Read More »
From sweet and spicy to honey whole wheat, snack food manufacturers can capitalize on the latest trends in snacking by incorporating honey into their snack food formulations.
Generous chucks of sourdough hard pretzels with honey mustard and onion are combined to make this Pretzel Pieces snack by Snyder’s of Hanover. Each serving… Read More »
Puffed foods and popcorn always have been popular snacks, however craft popcorn is the wave of the future, due largely in part to the whole… Read More »
Made from natural ingredients, Herr’s Honey BBQ Potato Chips contain essential nutrients, such as Vitamin C and potassium. Cooked in corn and/or cottonseed oils, these… Read More »
Looking for a flavor profile to enhance your new candy? Or are you looking to expand an existing line with a sweet variety? Honey is the ideal sweetener for a variety of confections.
Crunchy, airy, honeycomb candy hand-dipped in dark chocolate is lightly-flavored with golden honey from the Finger Lakes region of New York. The candy, made by… Read More »
These award-wining truffles are foil-wrapped and packed in the Tea Room gift box. Flavors include an assortment of white, milk and dark truffles, highlighted with… Read More »
These Dark Chocolate Honey Mints from Trader Joe’s just have three ingredients: honey, chocolate liquor and oil of peppermint. The center contains creamed honey and… Read More »
Need ideas for incorporating honey into your dairy foods? This website provides the latest trends and product innovations, all focused on honey's use in dairy-based foods.
Honey ice cream by Izzy’s Ice Cream is made with honey from Minnesota’s own Ames Honey. The ice cream is sweet and creamy and also… Read More »
Even though the idea of Greek yogurt came from the motherland of Greece, the uniquely-strained dairy product has taken America by storm. So much so,… Read More »
Made from the finest French cultures, this Apricot & Honey Chevre goat cheese from Drake Family Farms is incubated for 12 hours and then drained… Read More »
From teas and juices to milk and alcoholic drinks, honey's use in the beverage industry is expanding as manufactures realize the value of using an all-natural sweetener with exceptional flavor and marketing impact.
Suja Juice has announced the launch of its first line of cold-brewed, organic, cold-pressured teas. Honeybush Peach is Suja’s take on classic peach tea, combining… Read More »
Chaucer’s Mead is made with similar recipes used in medieval times. The honey for this dessert-style wine is produced in hives throughout Northern, Calif. It… Read More »
Brewed with Oregon-sourced white clover honey and Willamette hops, Oregon Honey Beer by Portland Brewing Co. is crisp and refreshing with just a hint of… Read More »