This appears to be a pretty good deal and is $10 less than Amazon for the same amount. Can’t wait to try this Honey!
Wait, where’s the math class this morning? I always see math class on the gourmet daily deals.
How’s this? I checked some random internet page that said it takes approximately 550 bees making 250,000 trips to make one pound of honey. So, this offer represents three quarters of a million nectar-gathering trips! Honey bees are our friends.
This is tasty honey, by the way. I’ve ordered it before.
XLNT honey. In for one.
I’m happy now.
Here’s some more.
Distance flown to collect one pound of honey
3 km = 17 mg honey
3,000 km = 17 g honey
80,117 km = 454 g honey
50,000 miles per pound of honey (80,000 Km per pound)
176,000 km per kilo of honey
Number of flowers visited to make one pound of honey
100 flowers= 17 mg honey
100,000 flowers= 17 g honey
2,670,588 flowers = 454 g honey
over 2.6 million flowers visited for one pound of honey
over 5.7 million flowers visited for one kilo of honey
Diameter of earth = 12,714 km
Circumference = pi * 12,714 km = 39,942 km (25K miles)
Distance flown by a bee to collect one pound of honey = 2 circumferences of earth
Thus, a bee had to fly the equivalent of 6 times around the earth to make the amount of honey being sold here today.
Now you’re just showing off.