Fresh royal jelly

by Ann
(Fort Worth, TX, US)

Hello, I want to buy fresh royal jelly. All of the products I found on internet are from bee farms in far away state (I live in TX, and I'm sure you know how hot it is down here) and I'm worry about the long way shipment that could affect the freshness of royal jelly. There are some local bee farms but they only sell honey and seem like they can't produce royal jelly. I use to think any bee farm can produce royal jelly (since they have bees !!!). Would you explain it for me ? Thank you

There is very, very little commercial royal jelly production in both the United States and Canada. Most of the royal jelly in the world comes from Asia and Eastern Europe.


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