12.5kg Baker's Fondant Bee Feed - Fondant Block for Feeding Bees

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12.5kg Box of Baker's Fondant block

This 12.5kg block can be cut up into smaller portions as your colony requires.

Comes in one slab. Can be easily cut up into smaller chunks; either place in freezer bags or microwave containers and place above the crown board.

Or if you bees are very light on feed cut the block in half and place a slab above the crown board leaving the blue wrapping covering the sides and top of the slab to prevent it from drying out.

Ideal as bee feed. Lovely texture. For decades, beekeepers have been feeding their bees with baker's fondant. Excellent value for money.

Made by Britannia Superfine in the UK. They have been making sugar since 1953. Buy with confidence.

High quality, human /confectionary grade fondant.

Ingredients: Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Water

Available for shipping or Click and Collect from the honey farm

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Laszlo Piros
Just what your bees want in winter

Unbeatable price, fast delivery! Thanks!

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Aiad Al-Hussein
Bakers fondant

My bees 🐝 like it, who am I to disagree

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mick woolley
fondant

prompt service as promised

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Ben
Great

Great product, delivered swiftly.

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Tim Healand
Bakers Fondant

Came very quickly after ordering. Divided up easily into trays, and placed on each hive. The bees seem to be loving it, and nearly every hive has started taking it down.

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
100%
(7)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
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L
Laszlo Piros
Just what your bees want in winter

Unbeatable price, fast delivery! Thanks!

A
Aiad Al-Hussein
Bakers fondant

My bees 🐝 like it, who am I to disagree

m
mick woolley
fondant

prompt service as promised

B
Ben
Great

Great product, delivered swiftly.

T
Tim Healand
Bakers Fondant

Came very quickly after ordering. Divided up easily into trays, and placed on each hive. The bees seem to be loving it, and nearly every hive has started taking it down.