Best Honey In Kenya

What is a Honey?

Honey is a sweet and viscous substance made by several bees, the best-known of which are honey bees. Honey is made and stored to nourish bee colonies.

Bees produce honey by gathering and then refining the sugary secretions of plants or the secretions of other insects, like the honeydew of aphids.

Best Honey In Kenya

Savannah Honey

Address: Utawala Complex, Savannah Honey Beekeeping Centre, Behind Bakri Petrol Station – Eastern By Pass, Next To Komarock Modern Healthcare, Kenya

Areas served: Kenya and nearby areas

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 6 pm

Phone: +254 724 052975

Woodlands Kitui Honey Products Ltd

Address: Airport N Rd, Nairobi, Kenya

Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 5 pm ⋅ Opens 8 am Tue

Phone: +254 705 484844

Tharaka Honey Bee Products Ltd, Apitherapy Center,Ruai,Nairobi, Kenya

Address: Unnamed Road, Nairobi, Kenya

Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 5 pm ⋅ Opens 8 am Tue

Phone: +254 722 253487

Yatta Beekeepers Limited

Address: Thika Road super highway, Juja, Kenya

Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 5 pm ⋅ Opens 8 am Tue

Phone: +254 740 102284

Blossoms & Beehives Honey Kenya

Address: The Gigiri Court Yard, Nairobi, Kenya

Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 10 am Tue

Phone: +254 113 566373

How much is pure honey in Kenya?

The retail price range in Kenyan Shilling for natural honey is between KES 1388.89 and KES 4166.67 per kilogram or between KES 629.88 and KES 1889.64 per pound(lb) in Nairobi and Mombasa.

How much is 1 kg of honey in Kenya?

Buy Winnie's Pure Health Organic Honey 1Kg Online - Carrefour ...

KES 831.00(Inc. VAT)

It is natural and 100 percent organic.

Is honey profitable in Kenya?

Is beekeeping a profitable business? On average, a hive can produce up to 60kg of honey in a year, depending on the strength of the colony, environmental factors, and availability of bee forage. One can, therefore, earn up to Sh60,000 from each hive every year.

What is the supply of honey in Kenya?

Production of honey in Kenya is expected to drop 2% annually on average, from 15,260 metric tons in 2021 to 13,290 metric tons by 2026. Since 1966, the annual supply has decreased by 9.8%. In 2021, Kenya ranked 26th, with the Central African Republic ahead at 15,260 metric tons.