Bee pollen is considered by many to be a "superfood" and is used as a dietary supplement. But what is bee pollen? A honeybee collects thousands of pollen grains from a single flower, then packs the pollen into granules with the help of special combs and hairs on their hind legs. They will carry two granules at a time back to the hive. This bee pollen feeds the young bees. To collect the pollen, beekeepers attach a small box fitted with a screen in the doorway of a hive. The screen allows the bees to enter, but it carefully and harmlessly removes the small granules of pollen from their legs.
8 ounce jar.
Bee Pollen is available to buy in increments of 1