Sweet profit in stingless bee farms


Well bee-haved: Dr Sharif (left) showing how kelulut honey is harvested at the Kelulut Park in Mardi’s centre, Serdang.

SERDANG: Malaysia has taken the initiative to develop kelulut honey as a superfood, said Mardi director-general Datuk Dr Sharif Haron.

He said the honey which comes from stingless bees, or meliponines, contains up to 10 times more antioxidants than regular honey.

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