M. Products Bakery
780 Makindye 12397,Kampala Kampala
Cake WorldKampala Kampala
JBK Plaza Kampala Kampala
All Seasons Delicatessen Bakery and Caf�
Bunga Hill Kampala Kampala
Associated Bakeries & ConfectionaryBen Kiwanuka Street Kampala Kampala
Zoe Bread and Confectionary
Ben Kiwanuka Street 936,Kampala Kampala
Uganda Biscuits Co. Ltd.
107/109 7th Street Industrial Area 40044,Kampala Kampala
041-4342783/4, 031-2262760, 077-2516694
Ntinda Kampala Kampala
Kawempe Kampala Kampala
Sun Rise Loaf Bakery Ltd.
5 125,Jinja Jinja
Ntinda Kampala Kampala
Steers, Debonair, Lubbobbo
14 Kampala Road Eagen House 27884,Kampala Kampala
Yaya Cakes & Bread
Nakumatt Oasis Mall 1st Floor Kampala Kampala
Bread and Cake Shop
Dewinton Road Kampala Kampala
Tuwereza Bakery Ltd.
Nateete-Old Masaka Road 2491,Kampala Kampala
Devine Touch Confectionaries
Bukoto Kampala Kampala
Mukono Kampala Kampala
Bugolobi Kampala Kampala
Kampala Road Cargen House Food Court Kampala Kampala
Sheraton Kampala Hotel
1 Tarnan Avenue Nakasero Sheraton Kampala Hotel Bu 7041,Kampala Kampala
The Lord’s Table
Gayaza Road Kampala Kampala
Britania Allied Industries Ltd.
M247B Ntinda Industrial Area 7518,Kampala Kampala
Alley Route Ltd.
612 Masaka Road Block 17 Nalukolongo 23817 0r 9566,Kampala Kampala
Hot Loaf (Jinja Road)
89 Jinja Road Opp. Jinja Road Police Station 2283,Kampala Kampala
4 Kampala Road 3290,Kampala Kampala
King Loaf416 Kitante Road 8639,Kampala Kampala
Cake To Differ
Temptations Cake Shop
Ternan Avenue Nakasero Sheraton Hotel Kampala Kampala
Daily Loaf Bakery
625 Sir Apollo Kagwa Road 7360,Kampala Kampala
House of Foods
26 Luwum Street Nakasero 6530,Kampala Kampala
Baker’s World Ltd. & Coffee Shop
4 Kampala Road Crown House Ground Floor Kampala Kampala
Jinja Road Kampala Kampala
Bee Equipment Manufacturer & Trainer
Guarry Road Kawempe 2061,Kampala Kampala
Malaika HoneyMusajalumbwa Road Mengo 34782,Kampala Kampala
Kanyike Charles40,Nakasongola Nakasongola
For many bee keeping is a favorite activity to them. Other than the pleasure of taking car of bees, bee keeping offers a wonderful tasty reward of honey. Additionally, this activity comes hand in hand with other advantages for example the bees are a good pollinator of the different plants in your garden and crop fields. Remember pollination is the basic aspect that increases crop production, fruits and vegetables.
As it is said “As busy as a bee”, you will discover that bees are naturally very industrious! They are so hard working to see to it that they gather nectar into their hive. Their lifespan is of approximately 35 days, after which their wings wear out and they can no longer engage in any communal activity, until they finally die.
The honey that bees store is supposed to help them during critical time when the number of flowers in their environment has lessened. Actually, you will discover that stimulated bees produce much more than what they can eat. It is at such times that beekeepers harvest large quantities of honey. There are two categories of honey. Firstly the honey sold by beekeepers is collected from the hives and it is in liquid form. On using centrifuge equipment which are popularly referred to as extractors, beekeepers can then remove the various honey combs. Secondly the honey can be sold in its original combs as here is a largely available market that prefers to consume such. Such honey is not fully processed for use, but for those who prefer natural, this is an added extra.
Unfortunately, many people are not aware of the various flavors and colors of honey on the market. Just like different flowers have different scents, so is it with the nectar from the various scented flowers. Also the type of the soil highly determines the scent or the smell of honey. Additionally, the soil type too affects the color/appearance of the honey. For example honey collected from nectar of the alfalfa flowers that usually grow in alkaline or dry soils is usually close to white or rather clear. And that which is collected from the buckwheat nectar that grows in the acidic soils is very darks. Furthermore the quality of the honeycombs affects the honey’s color, taste and appearance. So don’t be surprised if you come across red or green honey in addition to the usual golden.
Every bee keeper should comply with the regulations and rules that are established by the state. It is also recommended to cross check if there are any legal rules regarding the honey processing, handling or labeling processes. Normally different countries have different rules that apply to the production & processing process of bee products. Keep in mind that anyone who keeps bees for commercial purposes automatically is recognized by the state as a business.
Beekeepers should keep in mind the different market strategies. This will help them while selling honey plus other bee products. They most important questions that every beekeeper should ask himself or herself are: where to sell their honey, and who are their target customers. Today there are a variety of activities that people engage in as hobbies but the most rewarding of all is beekeeping. So always endeavor to expand on your business.