By now everybody would have heard of of honey and its amazing benefits to skin, health and hair. However, with so many brands of honey available currently available in the market and concerning the rise of adulteration, it has become difficult to choose the brand that serves natural honey. With Bassta Food Products, everyone can be assured of getting their hands on the best quality quality that has been prepared using natural processes. We, as a manufacturer, persistently work to offer our customers Bassta Raw And Unprocessed Honey that is available in its purest and delectable form. This is why, we have customers from across the nation including many reputed food brands. Apart from quality, it is the price of our honey that makes it an ideal buying option and replace regular sugar with this.
Adulteration in honey is the most common thing that we all have heard of. At our company, we believe that the impeccable quality of honey comes from bees and not factories. Therefore, we have setup beehive farm at our facility to ensure the preparation of only good quality honey. We provide our customers foolproof ways with which they can self-test the quality of our Bassta Raw And Unprocessed Honey from the comfort of their homes.
- Thumb test: Take a drop of honey on your thumb and check if it spreads around like other fluid. If it does, then you might have ended up buying the poor quality honey. However, the honey we provide is thick and does not drip.
- Water test: When a teaspoon of honey bought from us is put in a glass of water, it will settle at the bottom of the glass due to its dense texture. The adulterated honey will get dissolved in water.
- Vinegar test: If few drops of vinegar and water is added to honey and it foams up, then that honey is adulterated. This never happens with the one we offer.
To ensure the quality of our offered Bassta Raw And Unprocessed Honey remains the same until it is consumed fully, we use top-of-the-line food grade packaging. Our strong packaging also ensures that our honey never spills during transit and when on-shelf.Read More