for myself I do raise a bit of comb honey in shallows (unwired and with thin surplus foundation) and a small number of mini nuc frames. some of this I place in wide mouth jars (fill with extracted honey) and some I package in sealable plastic containers. both are extemely popular amongst the mexican/hispanic population.
my one observation would be since the comb honey (in whatever form) must be absolutely perfect you do need to cull quite a few to sell an acceptable product.
I mean systems like Ross Rounds, B-O-B Plastic Comb or similar.
It is easy to find in Internet. I am not sure that I can place links hear according the rules.
A point is that as I see such tools are selling in ready to use super that I should place to hive. Normally I am alternate new frame with old in honey box. In case with such systems I should place to the hive assembled super with all new foundation or plastic base. I am afraid that bees will ignore them. Easer such supers are really effective or this is only marketing issue?
Like has been said, including- have to be a very strong colony, and if they reject the super long enough, they may become crowded and start the swarming process. Not something you want this time a year, aklso need very strong nectar flow something you probably won't have this time a year.
Just my thinking however convoluted they are.
I will have to go along with the crowd on this one. Flow must be heavy and hive strong. Have seen them walk right past it to get to a super on top. Not sure why they don't like it but it will almost be the last thing they will work from my experience (this is ross rounds that I am speaking of never tried anything else).