March 6, 2017

Land of Milk and Honey Comes in Second with Gourmet Honey in International Competition

South Carolina - It is an annual competition of honey from around the world where some of the world’s most exotic honey is judged for its quality and taste. In this year’s competition in December, Israel came in second only to Greece. This year many nations participated in the competition sponsored by the Center of Honey Research in South Carolina and the category was the expensive gourmet black honey. Other countries that participated included Spain, Italy, Turkey, Kenya, the Canary Islands, Canada, Slovenia and more. Yael Farbstein’s honey was runner-up to Greece and ahead of the Canary Islands for the best black honey worldwide. Said Farbstein of Kedumim Honey: “I could not have dreamt of a more significant recognition than this international award.”