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What is honey selling for in your area.
liquid, chunk, and/or comb.
It'll be nice to compare different areas.
 

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$5.50 A LB for extracted
 

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This year I will sell unprocessed (raw) honey at about $4/# (plus the price of the container).

After this last little trip up to the Ft Worth area I may have to reconsider how I market my product since I noticed 1# jars at $18 and 2.25 # bottles at $22... and that ain't NO typo.
 

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Has anyone found that they are getting more for their honey online? I think its easier to create a "brand" online and it seems to me that consumers are more willing to pay a premium for a product they perceive to be superior. It seems to me that you are able to achieve this type of branding online much more easily than you would at say a flee market or arts show or roadside stand that a lot of us employ.
 

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5 gallon totes $180.00.
5 lb jars $16.00
2 lb jars $6.75
1 lb jars $3.75
1 lb No Drip $3.75
12 oz. Honey Bears $2.75
8 oz. jars $2.00
1 lb creamed honey $5.00
Mini Frame Combs $5.50
 

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About $8-$10 for 1lb comb. A little less for extracted. $18 for a pint of pollen.

I'm selling comb at $8/lb.

I agree, Sam, internet sales do a little better. It helps to include niche forums, that allow selling, in your marketing strategy.
 

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I sell my liquid honey for:

quarter-pint - $3
half-pint - $5
pint - $7
quart - $10

I see honey selling for a lot less around town... but I don't intend to work for peanuts.
 
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