If you have a few seasons of beekeeping under your belt and are interested in producing a sought-after product without the mess of extraction, comb honey production may be for you.
Comb honey is in very high demand, and processing Ceracell Rounds takes less time and effort than cut comb, and there’s far less mess.
Included in this kit are all the components needed to start, just add thin foundation.
Here are some web links to give you more insight and information about using the Ceracell Round Comb Honey system:
(Optional) Freeze Finished Comb
Some producers recommend freezing the comb sections for a couple of days in sealed plastic bags. The reason for freezing is to kill any small wax moth eggs that may have been laid in the comb. It would be very unappetizing should a customer buy a comb honey section and find a small grub crawling around. It is suggested freezing in a bag so that when you thaw them out again (leaving them in the bag when thawing out) you don’t get condensation on the comb section.