The two varieties include Blueberry Blossom Honey – described as having a subtle fruity kick – and Prairie Wildflower, which the brand says is a full-bodied honey with a distinctive taste that is perfect for cooking, particularly in Middle Eastern recipes.
St. Lawrence Gold develops honeys from Winnipeg and claims it is the only company to bring pure Canadian honey to UK retailers.
According to the brand, the grassland prairie in the Manitoba province provides a haven for bees with little human interference and undisturbed soils.
In addition, the company has unveiled a new look for its range of maple syrups and honeys in the UK.
St. Lawrence Gold’s two new honeys will go on sale in Waitrose stores nationwide from 12 July for £5.99 per 330g jar; as well as a few independent health stores.