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New: Honeycomb from the Puteaux Island
This honeycomb was harvested by MIEL FACTORY on the Puteaux Island in the Hauts de Seine in June 2020. This virgin island of dwellings with banks of trees, mainly acacias and a few lime trees, produces an original and subtle honey . Slightly spicy on the finish, it's a real treat!Discover
Limited Edition: French Thyme Honey from Larzac
This Thyme honey comes from the floral variety Thymus Dolomiticus. It was harvested on the Larzac Plateau. It is very rare in France and was a medalist at the French Honey Competition, organized by Unaf. Take advantage!Discover
We select for you the best honey, in France and at the other end of the world. The honeys are analyzed in a specialized laboratory to guarantee you the highest purity. All our honeys are cold extracted and are not pasteurized.LEARN MORE
Beekeeping is in great difficulty because of climate change, pesticides, diseases and new predators, such as the Asian hornet. In order to cope, the beekeeper must commit technical and human resources which greatly increase the operating costs of his apiary.
These are the reasons why we buy our honey at the beekeeper's price, without negotiating the prices, so as not to jeopardize his business. Our honeys come mainly from small farms with which we build close and lasting ties.
SAVE THE BEES!
The survival of more than 80% of the plant species listed on the planet depends on bees, which provide more than half of our global food resources!
Miel Factory is a partner of the Terre d'Abeilles association, the only NGO specializing in the defense of bees, it is a source of proposals and concrete initiatives with French and European government bodies.LEARN MORE
Honey Tasting workshops
Come and understand the production of honey by bees, discover its thousand and one virtues and taste honey, good, real with Miel Factory! From 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., we welcome you at 28 rue de Sévigné, 75004 to share a good time and enjoy good honey.Book