Getting our bulk honey delivered to you safely and on time is important to us. We work with our customers to develop the best shipping options to meet their needs. We can ship bulk honey the following ways:
If you prefer to make your own arrangements, we are good with that too and will get your shipment ready for pick-up.
As your preferred bulk honey and ingredient source, GloryBee has the knowledge and experience to deliver what you need when you need it. We ship year-round anywhere in the U.S. and abroad. Countries outside of the U.S. we have shipped to include Canada, Saudia Arabia, Singapore, and Malaysia.
Want to pick up your own order? We have multiple locations across the United States. We offer most will call pickup at our West Coast Distribution center at :
29548 B Airport Road
Eugene, OR 97402
At GloryBee, we are all about providing authentic, pure bulk honey that provides the taste and quality you are looking for. To ensure this, we work closely with our suppliers to ensure that the honey is safely harvested from the hive, sealed in air-tight containers for transport to our facility, inspected and tested upon arrival, packaged within our facility using stringent food safety standards and shipped to you using food safe transportation.
Once the product leaves our facilities, store honey in an air-tight, sealed containers. If crystalization happens, don't worry! Crystallized honey is actually a sign of quality and can be liquified by gently warming the honey. Read on for additional Q&A.
Honey stored in sealed containers can remain stable for decades and even centuries! However, honey is susceptible to physical and chemical changes during storage; it tends to darken and lose its aroma and flavor. This is a temperature-dependent process, making the shelf life of honey difficult to define. For practical purposes, a shelf life of two years is often stated. Properly processed, packaged, and stored honey retains its quality for a long time.
Processed honey should be stored between 64-75° F (18-24° C). Honey can be exposed to higher temperatures for brief periods; however, heat damage is cumulative so heat exposure should be limited. It is best to minimize temperature fluctuations and avoid storing honey near heat sources.
The recommended storage temperature for unprocessed (raw) honey is below 50° F (10° C). The ideal temperature for both unprocessed and processed honey is below 32° F (0° C). Cooler temperatures best preserve the aroma, flavor, and color of unprocessed honey.
Most honeys are supersaturated with respect to glucose which may cause glucose to crystallize spontaneously at room temperature in the form of glucose monohydrate. The rate at which crystallization occurs depends on the origin of the honey and the methods by which it is processed and handled. Crystallization may be reversed by heating which “melts” the crystals.
Honey is highly stable against microbial growth because of its low water activity, low moisture content, low pH, and antimicrobial constituents.