Nutritional Value per 100gr
Fat 0g – of which saturated 0g
Carbohydrates 80g – of which sugars 70g
Edible Fiber 0g
Acacia honey is generally quite light in color – which darkens over time. Sometimes its shade varies from straw yellow to amber and it has the characteristic that it practically does not crystallize, so it always has a liquid and syrupy consistency.
More generally, however, it is a honey with limited production as it is affected by weather conditions with the driest periods being more favorable than the wet periods.
Acacia honey is very digestible and can also be consumed by diabetics, due to its low content of complex sugars and high percentage of fructose, which must not be metabolized with the help of insulin. Another great advantage of acacia honey is that it does not contain gluten, which makes it ideal for those suffering from celiac disease.
Many prefer it as a natural substitute for sugar as it offers large reserves of energy to the body, is very energizing, easily digestible and is an ideal food for athletes and students. Many prefer it as a natural substitute for sugar as it offers large reserves of energy to the body, is very energizing, easily digestible and is an ideal food for athletes and students.
In addition, acacia honey is beneficial for sore throats, as well as having a laxative and detoxifying effect on the liver. In addition, acacia honey calms the nervous system and can be a natural remedy for those suffering from insomnia.
Of course, acacia honey is also rich in vitamins including B2, B3, B5 and B6, C and J, in addition to folic acid. In addition, in terms of amino acids, acacia honey in particular contains aspartic acid and glutamic acid, as well as glycine, lysine, isoleucine, proline, cystine, leucine, alanine, arginine, tryptophans and tyrosine.
Another great advantage of acacia honey is that it does not contain gluten, which makes it ideal for those suffering from celiac disease.
TASTE: Light, aromatic type of honey, especially cool with a fairly sweet but delicate taste.
PRODUCTION REGIONS: North Greece, North Macedonia.