Published: 5 July 2014
Looking back to a time when life was sweet, Fewster’s Farm undeniably paved the way for the honey business as we know it today. First settled in Muchea in 1900, beekeeping was soon introduced by Robert Fewster with several hives he had been given on the farm.
Honey was collected as it is now; from the ancient forests and bushland close to the farm, with Fewster and his many sons shifting hives to different locations depending on the time of year. Beekeeping became a good source of income for the Fewster sons and to this day Fewster’s Farm Honey is still owned and operated by Kim Fewster. 90 years is rather impressive to bee keeping it in the family.
Fewster’s Farm’s experienced beekeeping team hope to continue the tradition of gathering and selling only pure natural West Australian honey. Fewster’s Farm Organic Jarrah Honey has been scientifically tested for antimicrobial properties and is fully accredited by the Organic Food Chain group. Plus, as it’s the lowest moisture content honey in the world - this means Fewster’s honey will last forever. Fewster’s honey does not need to be reheated or processed. Coming straight from the hive to your home, the honey retains all the health benefits and remarkable taste. There couldn't be a sweeter deal. Try this amazing honey for yourself with both the 250gm and 500gm jars available for purchase now in-store at Aspects.