lol, I don’t think they are in the same place although I have been told of the location for this company. I was aware of them from a while back but it popped up again yesterday when I was speaking to an old timer and out of nowhere he started talking about these products - he was not impressed but got me wondering. I was told the hives are in some of the high (white) peak valleys and he questioned how its possible for them to get any volume of honey from these locations given the lack of forage let alone be ‘Bioactive’ – cant see any explanation what this phrase means?Yes, I'm sceptical too.
"It is scientifically tested and is proven to inhibit E.coli and MRSA among many other bacteria"
Wow, why aren't all our hospitals using it?
I note the location is in Derbyshire - could this be the same place where 4,500 hives are "managed" and who thinks most of current bee problems are caused by amateurs?
HOwever, I sell good tasting honey. I do not offer healing to my "bacteria filled customer".BUT I believe that good pure honey does have good intrinsic anti-bacterial properties (did I also hear "anti-viral?)
I am suprised that Buckfast have not looked into that,as it implies that the products come from the Abbey.Oddly enough, Mrs Gloria Havenhand who has registered the Brother Adam's trade mark is also in the process of registering MEDI Bifudus.
So, honey might even be a health food
well well, I am in shock, it all seems to have come full circle...lmaoLittleover Aparies is registered trade mark in her name too.
As someone who is in the middle of trade marking matters I would say they may have missed their chance, once registered it can be expensive and risky should you loose a battle.I am suprised that Buckfast have not looked into that,as it implies that the products come from the Abbey.