Vegan honey to showcase at BBC Good Food Show this winter
Jack Berry™, a supplier of flour, dried fruits & vegetables and honey, will be appearing at the BBC Good Food Show this week to showcase their Vegan honey alternative.
The ‘No Bee Honee®’ is ‘made by humans for humans’ and replicates honey’s sweet taste and runny texture. It’s a widely debated topic whether honey is vegan or not but by the book, it is derived from an animal and therefore is not vegan. Recently alternatives to the product have made an appearance for those who are not wanting to consume honey.
BBC Good Food Show is held in Birmingham and showcases over 250 artisan producers. Between 25-28 November, ticket holders can watch live cooking, shop food brands and meet top chefs.
Attending this year Jack Berry™ will be selling their ‘No bee Honee’ and be open to the public with any questions about the product.
Jack Bieniek, the founder of Jack Berry™, said, ‘For many people, this will be their first experience trying honey alternatives, and we have no doubt that they will be back for more. Our products are of the highest quality, and having our honey registered with the Vegan Trademark confirms to our customers that we care and have the highest vegan standard.’