Bees build comb from wax that they make from nectar and pollen. When the cells of the comb are made, the bees fill them with honey. Once the cells are filled, the bees dry the honey to a moisture content of around 16%, then cap the cells with wax. 

When we harvest honey, we remove the capping from the cells, then extract the honey by spinning it in an extractor. The honey then flows into a clarifying tank where any remains wax floats to the surface and any heavy debris sinks to the bottom. We pump this honey into our bottler, then fill sterilized glass jars to make available to our customers. 

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