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Haughton Honey to exhibit at BBC Good Food Show

Cheshire business was launched in 2014

Bee Farmer Crispin Reeves from Haughton Honey

A Cheshire-based honey producer is joining the cream of the crop at one of the UK’s most popular food and drink events.

Bee farmer Crispin Reeves will be taking his Haughton Honey brand to the BBC Good Food Show at the NEC, Birmingham, from November 26 to 29.

The honey is currently on sale at more than 60 stores across the North West and the Midlands, with plans to expand further afield after a recent partnership with a food distribution service Bikold Foodservice. Based at Radmore Farm, Haughton, in Cheshire, the English honey brand has gone from strength to strength since launching in 2014.

It now has more than 1,600 hives in the cooperative, stretching across the North West and the Midlands regions, including Cheshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire.

Haughton Honey is raw honey which comes straight from the hive, is cold extracted and never pasteurised which means that it retains all of the natural enzymes and proteins that make English honey so special. It is also 100% natural and pure and features traces of dandelion, chestnut, blackberry, clover and other wildflowers.

It’s also popular with many hay fever sufferers who use raw honey as a natural remedy.

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