Bulk Honey Market size is estimated to reach $7.6 billion in 2021, growing at a CAGR of 5.3% during the forecast period 2022-2027. The growth of the Bulk Honey Market is greatly fuelled by the heightening health advantages of Honey and the emerging significance of Bulk Organic Honey. Bulk honey involves the manufacture of pure and natural honey in bulk amounts provided at competitive prices. Honey is classified under the class of natural sweeteners prepared by honey bees from nectar. It includes between 30 to 35% glucose and around 40% fructose. High-quality honey includes numerous vital bioactive plant compounds and antioxidants like flavonoids and phenolic acids. Honey may enhance heart health and advance burn and wound healing. Honey Source GloryBee develops organic bulk honey with constant flavor and color profiles adhering to binding quality assurance and food security standards and formulation assistance. Honey can be used as a sugar substitute in moderation. Bulk Honey is packed with monounsaturated fatty acids apart from antioxidants.

Bulk Honey Market Growth Drivers:

Surging Availability of Bulk Honey is Driving the Growth of the Bulk Honey Industry:

Honey includes glucose and an enzyme included by honey bees termed glucose oxidase. Glucose oxidase has the capability to decompose glucose into hydrogen peroxide under the right conditions. Purchasing honey in bulk is an excellent way to save money and always possess a certain quantity of one’s favorite honey at hand when one requires it. Bell Honey Company provides bulk honey in convenient sizes like gallon jugs, 5-gallon pails and 55-gallon drums. Bell Honey Company proudly caters to an assortment of industries with bulk honey products, involving food service professionals, food/beverage producers and retailers. It offers a 5-gallon pail of wildflower honey perfect for baking, mead making or re-bottling. This is shipped in liquid form. The surging availability of Bulk Honey is therefore driving the growth of the Bulk Honey Industry, thereby contributing to the Bulk Honey Industry Outlook.

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Extensive Sweetening Applications of Honey are Propelling the Growth of the Bulk Honey Market:

Sweeteners like honey constitute a healthier way of sweetening beverages. Both honey and sugar include glucose and fructose. However, honey is also abundant in additional minerals and vitamins like magnesium and potassium. This is exactly why it has more health advantages compared to regular sugar. A spoonful of honey offers 64 calories, mostly coming from carbohydrates in the form of sugar. The regulated application of honey as a sugar substitute is recommended. Some other sugar substitutes include stevia sugar and jaggery powder. Honey can be applied with any cooking technique. It can be applied as sweeteners with apples or blended with yogurt. It can be spanned on top of crackers. The extensive sweetening applications of Honey are therefore propelling the growth of the Bulk Honey Market.

Product Launch:

In September 2021, Union Minister for Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare Narendra Singh Tomar introduced Amul Honey. This is a product of Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. (GCMMF) under effective collaboration with the National Bee Board (NBB).

Bulk Honey Market: Competitive Landscape

Key companies holding major shares in the Bulk Honey Market are Kallas Honey Farm,

Burleson's Honey, Barkman Honey, Wee Bee Honey, GloryBee, HoneyTree, Kelley Honey Farms, Cox Honey Farms, Georgia Honey Farm and Blue Ridge Honey Company.

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