What is Nature Pure?
Nature Pure is a producer of honey. The first batch of Nature Pure Honey was produced in 2004. Their honey has gained significant acceptance with clients due to its quality and purity, which can be seen in every jar. Their goal as a firm was to immerse themselves in the burgeoning wellness industry by providing high-quality honey to clients and ensuring 100% satisfaction with their product.
It brings them great pleasure to share a happy occasion with you – the delicious aroma of success has accompanied them for six years, and they are now glad to announce that Nature Pure Honey has been rated No. 1 in a comparison study conducted by “Voice,” an independent NGO backed by the Indian government. Because of our purity and taste, they have been ranked #1 among prominent brands, making them the preferred brand for consumers.
Their Quality Control Setup
They are situated in a picturesque location near Dehradun, in the Himalayan foothills. Nature Pure takes great care to follow strict quality control procedures and maintain the highest levels of sanitation with their products, ensuring that each pack comes with a guarantee of quality and a seal of freshness. Assuring that each jar of Nature Pure Honey truly is the “nectar of the Gods.”
Why choose Nature Pure?
Nature Pure understands the importance of excellent health and well-being because of its unwavering commitment to excellence. Healthy eating is crucial not only for your diet but also for your overall health and well-being.
Nature Pure has evolved with the times and now offers a variety of goods that provide meaningful nourishment to its customers’ everyday diets. Their commitment to offering centuries-old traditionally Indian health foods to their clients is seen in their hard work, ethics, and honesty.
Their Systematic Honey Process
Step 1: Beekeeping and Honey Production
Bees are key pollinators of many plants, enhancing agricultural productivity. The beekeepers are taught all aspects of beekeeping and, if necessary, are given the requisite equipment. They are also taught the necessity of hygiene in terms of routine cleaning and maintenance of their equipment, as well as self-cleaning and maintenance methods. They have explained the economics of beekeeping, as well as the assurance that all of their products will be bought back. Once they are ready, they are given a migration plan that takes them to different sites depending on the season and the flora and animals. Honey is harvested using advanced scientific processes and put in clean food-grade buckets once the hives are ready for extraction.
Step 2: Transportation to the plant
The beekeepers meticulously select and mark this raw honey before transporting it to their business. The honey collected from the various farms is given a unique batch number for identification once it arrives at their facilities. It is now classified, graded, and labeled according to distinct types. All types are properly stored at optimal temperatures.
Step 3: Sampling for Lab Testing
This is the most enjoyable and, at the same time, the most challenging inspection. It isn’t about the technical specifications of honey at this point; it’s all about the pleasant aroma and good taste of honey that should be characteristic of its variety. After the honey has passed the organoleptic sensory evaluation, a sample is taken from each bucket to create a composite sample. This sample is then sent for thorough honey profile testing at either our internal lab or an external NABL accredited or German lab to ensure purity, contamination, and compliance with honey standards.
Step 4: Processing
Honey is ready to be processed at their factory once the test results show that it meets all applicable quality standards. The amount of the batch and the type of honey depends on the needs of each customer. Depending on the variables, a conventional single lot can range from 500kg to 22 tonnes. Filtration of foreign particles and homogenization are two steps in the honey processing process. Modern processing facilities include flash heating and cooling, pasteurization, and moisture reduction (if necessary) before sending the honey to the settling tanks, where it is stored for a fixed period. Final testing by CODEX / FSSAI standards is carried out at this point.
Step 5: Packaging
It’s time to pack the honey once it’s settled. They can pack in bulk as well as retail packs. Customers can order bulk packs in 300kg drums, 25kg, 50kg, or 75kg cans or pails. For retail packaging, an automatic filling and labeling line is used. For retail packaging, a wide range of glass and PET solutions are available. Packaging options are ranging from 20g to 1kg. There are additional options for specialized variations in smaller quantities.
Step 6: Dispatch
Palletization and container stuffing for export shipments are done on-site at the factory. Depending on the circumstances, truckloads or logistics couriers are used for domestic orders. Nature Pure has built contacts and gained industry knowledge over the last 15 years, allowing the company to give an unrivaled level of service to both suppliers and customers. All dispatches are thoroughly managed and tracked until the final point of delivery, whether domestic or international.
|Industry||Food & Beverages|
|Company size||2-10 employees|