This is a nice article on honey in rural Kenya.
from: AFRIGADGET (click image for full story online)
Of particular interest is the fact that the traditional hive, with some of its disadvantages is widely used because of the high cost (US$ 100) of commercial hives. Also that honey separation is done [...]
The previous post on honey processing was an introductory note from Practical Action.
This somewhat older, but apparently still totally usable, document is from the UN FAO and is much more comprehensive.
FAO (click image for full story online)
The table of contents, below, indicates the scope of the document.
It appears that the world demand for honey offers an opportunity for new entrants to the market as problems with bee populations in certain countries develop.
Practical Action, formely ITDG, offer some starting information on honey processing.
from: Practical Action (click image for full story online)
This 5 page article can be [...]