Honeycomb in a plastic tray.
"How are these made?" people always ask, well trays are placed in a hive box and the bees draw out the wax comb in the trays then they fill with nectar. They reduce the moisture content over time and when it becomes honey they cap over the comb with wax to seal it off like a lid on a mason jar. The trays are removed and a cover is placed on top and taped in place. The wax comb and the containing honey can be consumed together like chewing gum, spread onto toast, or even added to a bowl of yogurt.
“Can I eat the wax?” Yes! It has little to no flavor but is 100% edible. It's a little chewy, like chewing on gum.
Contains Honeycomb, nothing added, natural pure raw honeycomb.