Creamed usually just means whipped and it says unpasturized so I know that means it is not heated to the pasturization temp but in order to truly know you would need to contact the parent company or distributor. I def. think though that since it is unpasurized it better than a lot of what is out there.
Oh yeah you could also see if the co. has a website the info might be there
“creamed honey, usually just means it is spun really fast so it will not re-crystalize. it makes it kind of taste like cream. its great. just image you could blend honey really fast and whip air into it. thats basically what it is:)))
Thanks, rawcanadian. I never would have thought PC would make anything raw! I have a Zehrs 1 km away. I might just have to pick some up. FYI, if you have a health food section in your Zehrs, check out some of the raw honeys with bee pollen in them or royal jelly. They’re expensive, but worth a try.