traditional beekeeping 2017-04-22T08:44:14+00:00

Traditional Beekeeping Methods

Borneo has become the world’s largest bee-keeping base stationed inside a rainforest, with 2 million acres of Acacia Mangium trees continually providing for our purest honey source.Borneo Acacia honey is produced from natural resources, devoid of any chemical contaminants such as pesticides and chemical fertilizers. The farm aims to be as eco-friendly as possible, using energy from solar power and rainwater catchment for our water supply. Our bee-rearing stations are also built to merge and bland in with the environment.

During the entire honey production process of Borneo acacia honey, we absolutely prohibit to use of synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, hormones, antibiotics, food additives, as well as prohibiting the use of genetic engineering technology and We do not heat-treat or do not added additive for the honey.

Natural Organic ‘Capping Honey”

After collecting the honeydew from young leaves, the Italian bees fly back to their hive, and then the honeydew needs an extra 16 days for full maturing. The mature honeydew in the honeycomb will then be sealed intact by the beeswax secreted by the bees, forming the natural organic ‘capping honey”. This organic “capping honey” is a kind of honey without any artificial processing and additives, free from contamination, and is rich in vitamins, minerals, trace elements as well as a variety of biologically active enzymes.

It has more nutrients and active substances than many other kinds of ordinary honey, and is called a premium honey.When the organic “capping honey” has become mature, the honey will then be harvested by bee-keeping staff. Thanks to the stable honey source, bees do not have to wander around.