Tips and Resources for Foodservice

Tips and Resources for Foodservice

Please review the tips in this section for information on innovative ways to enhance your menus and promote your business by tapping into the quality of honey. The recipes mentioned in these tables are freely available from the online Foodservice Recipe database on this website.

Whether operator, chef or foodservice educator, we encourage you to consider honey's ingredient benefits - natural sweetener, purity, versatility, distinctive taste and texture - when planning your menus.

Tips and Resources for Foodservice

Free Resources

Free Resources for Order

The National Honey Board offers a number of high-quality, complimentary resources for foodservice professionals interested in using pure, all-natural, versatile honey to benefit their operations. Complimentary resources include brochures, guides, posters and kits. Please review the offerings below, and submit your online order today to receive your complimentary honey resources!

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Tips and Resources for Foodservice

Add Honey to the Menu

New Ways to Add Honey

From unexpected and exciting to simple and spectacular, add honey to appetizers, salads, dressings, center-of-the-plate, condiments, sauces, marinades, glazes, baked goods, desserts and beverages.

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Tips and Resources for Foodservice

Culinary Attributes

Honey’s Culinary Attributes

Honey is 100% pure and natural, fat-free, adds rich texture and color, has distinctive sweetness and comes from varietal sources and flavors.

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Tips and Resources for Foodservice

Seasonal & Promotional

Seasonal and Promotional Use

Use honey in every season, from winter baked goods to summer marinades for grilling.

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Usage Tips for Foodservice Professionals

A collection of tips for Foodservice Professionals, including new ways to add honey to the menu, a table of honey's attributes, and ideas for seasonal and promotional use.

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