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    IFS certification

    In August 2017 Jakobsens completed a certification against the standard for IFS Food. The goal was to achieve “higher level” and we did with the score of 97.6% out of 100%. The IFS certification consolidates our high level of quality in all business processes. With the IFS certification we are able to satisfy those customers who require an IFS certification and to expand our sales markets to the countries where IFS is used.

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    Natural bacteria in fresh honey kills MRSA

    October 2014

    Our Swedish neighbours have proven that different bacteria, including MRSA, succumb to a special ingredient in certain types of honey.

    These bacteria live in honey and they have make the Swedes shout with joy, since lactobacteriaceae live in the stomachs of bees, and produce everything from protein to organic acids. Thus, these bacteria are part of the honey production, but only if the honey is non-heated. 

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    The launching of yogurt topping

    October 2014

    Skyr has quickly become a very popular dairy product. Skyr has a fresh, pure and sourish taste, and a creamy texture. In order to compensate for the sourish taste, Jakobsens has launched a delicious Skyr topping, a mixture of 50% acacia honey and 50% organic agave syrup. Store it in the refrigerator, next to your skyr.

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    Danish summer honey

    September 2014

    When apiculture bears fruit. Honey from Danish orchards is fruitful in several ways. Bees make honey, but they also play a vital role when pollinating fruit trees. 

    Honey bees are indispensable in orchards. A plant must be pollinated, in order to seed, meaning that flower dust (pollen) from a male flower must be passed on to a female flower of another plant. Since flowers are not able to move, they need help for the pollination. And that's where bees can help. 

    In order to achieve good fructification, all fruit trees basically require pollination and the honey bees can for i…

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