In 2010, the company presented its own development to the market: dry granulated honey. Two years later, the patented product was presented at an exhibition in Paris.
The company was founded in St. Petersburg in 1998, and became the first company in North-Western Russia to start honey processing. In 2000, HONEY HOUSE released the first-ever brand of honey in Russia under the “Dedushkin Ulej” (Granddad’s Beehive) trademark; and this product has been the company's hallmark for more than 17 years.
"HONEY HOUSE" has a wide network of tested honey suppliers spread across all regions of Russia, which deliver the best raw materials from local farms. Today, the company has stable business relations with suppliers of raw materials throughout Russia. Over the years, the company has built up a unique raw materials base in many beekeeping regions of Russia, including the Far East, Bashkiria, the Altai region, Tula, Tambov, Kursk, Saratov, Voronezh regions, the Republic of Crimea, Abkhazia and others.
The company's own production is based on modern equipment that meets the latest technical and technological requirements. Raw and other materials are constantly tested by the regulatory authorities and the veterinary service. The production has its own laboratory, which allows controlling the quality of incoming raw materials and implementing additional control over packaged products.
In addition to classic pure honey, the company offers a delicious honey cream with additional natural fillers, such as raspberry, strawberry, ginger and lemon, dried apricots, etc. The wide spectrum of our brands and diversity of products will satisfy the most demanding lovers of natural products.
The HONEY HOUSE factory is located in Batetsky District – a pollutant-free area of the Novgorod region. It is a place of lakes, forests and nature untoched by civilization. In 2005, in the village of Moika, where the production facilities are located, scientists discovered substantial reserves of clean groundwaters. The facility uses modern cutting edge equipment, which allows to continuously produce large quantities of products.