At Leighton's Honey, we take great pride in our community and support local businesses and families in many ways. We have a 10 case minimum for wholesale sales, local pick-up only. Retail customers can find our products at most local Grocery stores through out the Southeast United States and at our web site. We have a 10 case minimum for wholesale sales, local pick-up only. Retail customers can find our products at most local Grocery stores through out the Southeast United States and on our web site.
Leighton's Honey provides a market for local area beekeepers to sell their honey while marketing it nationwide. The company prides itself on selling a good, clean, high quality honey. We wish to acknowledge and thank all of the many beekeepers who have dealt with us over the years. Without them we would not be in business. We look forward to many more years of mutual success.
Although sweeteners generally do not contain protein, several different amino acids, the building blocks of protein, have been identified in honey.
Honey is composed primarily of carbohydrates and water, and also includes small amounts of a wide array of vitamins and minerals, including B vitamins such as niacin, riboflavin, and pantothenic acid, along with minerals such as calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.
Honey is nature's moisturizer. It is a humectant, which means it helps to attract and retain moisture. Honey also acts as an anti-irritant, making it suitable for sensitive skin. Many of today's manufactured beauty products, such as creams, cleansers and shampoos use honey. You can create spa-like, honey-based beauty products at home. Because honey contains naturally occurring enzymes, vitamins and minerals, 100% pure honey is best for skin. Be sure to look at the label to ensure your honey is all natural.