Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Where can you purchase our products? 

Our products are available online 24/7 on our online store. You can access it here. From time to time, we do hold pop-up store sales. Keep in touch with us on social media to get the latest updates (@thewildflower_edit).

What are your shipping terms?

We offer free shipping within Singapore for orders over S$60. For orders under S$60, a local flat shipping fee of S$5.00 is charged. Please allow 3-5 working days to receive your order. Delivery may take longer during festive periods. For same day delivery, bulk orders and international orders, please get in touch with us at

What are your terms of return and exchange?

We offer returns and exchanges of purchases under certain conditions. Find our terms for returns and exchange here.

Has my honey gone off? It is starting to change in appearance or crystalize.

Due to its antibacterial properties and low water, high sugar content, pure and raw honey does not expire. Your honey's appearance may change  - it may appear cloudy, crystalized or solidify but it is 100% safe for consumption. The crystallisation of honey over time is a natural phenomenon which testifies the quality of the honey and demonstrates it has not been pasteurised (i.e. heat treated). Some honeys may crystallise more quickly than others depending on the source flower's nectar and ratio of fructose to glucose.

Why are bees important?

Bees are absolutely fundamental to the agricultural industry. This is simply because our food supply is heavily reliant on pollination and bees are the most prolific insect pollinators. When bees collect nectar from flower to flower, they essentially transfer grains of pollen from one plant to another which in turn fertilises the flowers, maintains plant life and ultimately sustains humanity. In fact, beekeepers around the world lend their bees to farmers by offering pollination services.  

Does eating honey hurt the bees? 

Honeybees produce a lot of honey, often in surplus due to their hardworking nature. Responsible beekeepers love their bees - they always leave adequate honey for their hives (even more so during the cold months) and ensure they are kept in good health by checking on the hives. When done properly, bees are undisturbed when the honey is harvested. At The Wildflower Edit, we get to know our suppliers and only source our honey from responsible, ethical bee keepers.

How is honey processed?

Our honey products are 100% pure and raw. There is minimal processing as honey from the hives are extracted using centrifugal force and are run through a sieve filter once then jarred. There is no commercial heat treatments or pasteurising.

What is the best way to eat honey?

There are no rules here, do as you please. However, if your intention is to consume active honey for the health benefits associated with its activity, avoid heating the honey past 40 degrees celsius. For this reason, opt for a table honey (non-TA rated) when cooking. We love using honey in salad dressings, marinades, drizzled over a cheeseboard or just simply stirred into tea.