CD S.A, a bee honey producer, was established din 1989. The company headquarters are located in Warsaw, while our sales department, production facility, laboratory and warehouse are located in Bielsko-Biała.
Since its very beginnings, CD S.A primary course of business was honey purchasing and selecting high quality honey, from the most ecological regions of the country. During the last few years our offering has been considerably broadened by honeys from various parts of the world. All of our honey purchases are characterized by very detailed quality verification.
CD, as the very first honey producers in Poland, carefully selected and introduced honeys of different respective kinds onto the Polish market. Besides the most popular multiflower honey, the newly introduced products included: acacia, buckwheat, lime, honeydew, honeydew-nectar and heather honeys. Our clients have the choice of purchasing all of the honeys named above in a variety of packagings regarding in regards to both type (glass jars, PET bottles with a dispenser, plastic buckets) and size.
All of the qualities of the honeys we offer are fully preserved due to a strictly controlled technological process, while the HACCP, ISO, BRC and IFS systems introduced in our production process, guarantee the highest quality and safety possible.
A large number of awards received by CD S.A over the years of our operation, serves as best proof that our honeys are good, healthy and tasty.
Our company is open to all sorts of trade inquiries, and strives to meet these requests and demands by presenting the best and most satisfactory solution.
Bees do not gather honey with the purpose of benefitting the humans. They do so in order to preserve their species. Honey is one of the elements of their "diet," and once picked by the bees, it is stored in honeycombs as food supply. Bees "produce" honey with the use of a special nectar secreted by glands located in various plants.
These plants can be divided into two categories: nectar producing plants and honeydew plants. While bees pick the nectar directly from the nectar plants once it has been produced, the case of honeydew plants differs, as the bees collect the dew, once it has been processed by aphids and woodworms ... read more