Yes its you, :wink: or one of the proxies between you and where the files are. :xNoely":wpacfdz5 said:Adam, looks good.....well almost, as there's only 2 images and 2 red Xs. The certificate and the label. Maybe me?
Basically UK honey fetches a premium over foreign honey - mostly due to the tigher regulations we adhere to (e.g. no organo-phosphate based insecticide like the US for example). Chinese honey has just returned to the world market after a while away due to the large amount of antibiotics found in it.Noely":2x2mbgfk said:As an aside, heard an item recently on how organised crime are cashing in on the world honey market, basically flogging jars of honey but not quite using the correct labels to describe the contents. Noel
I only got going this year - so no sales as yet - only the closest family members got a drop! The retired guys in the club sell at a farmers market - and for a very nominal fee - will sell yours also.dedee":2h73ozi3 said:Nice one Adam. This has got my taste buds going. How do you dispose of the honey? I mean do you retail it locally - farmer's markets etc.
This was the first use of the new lathe. Despite having not touched a lathe since age 14 at school - I headed straight in with a production item rather than a test piece, well kind of - this stand was in itself a test piece, trying out the new spokeshaves, the bandsaw and the lathe. Anyway - it turned out OK. No idea what I'm going to do with it now - the idea is to display my honey on it at the farmers market - so I need to build a box of somekind so I can drop it off, along with say 20 jars - and they can set up without me.waterhead37":m034g7k6 said:Adam,
Well done indeed! How did you make the walnut disks the jars stand on?